Compart - Document- and Output-Management



DjVu (pronounciation: Déjà-vu) is a compressed image format developed by AT&T and marketed by LizardTech; designed to allow content developers to scan high-resolution color pages of books, magazines, catalogs, etc. and publish them on the Web. DjVu compression can compress color documents 5 to 10 times more than .JPEG or .GIF compression, and 3 to 8 times more than .TIFF compression for black and white documents.

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