I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for or not, but if you add
a ".gz" or ".bz2" to the end of your filename, Gimp will automagically
compress it with either gzip or bzip2 respectively.

For example:
 penguin.jpg becomes penguin.jpg.gz or penguin.jpg.bz2

Ben Logan

On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 05:02:42PM +0200, Pascal MiQUET wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm looking for application which make wavelet compression on TiFF CMYK
> Page. Does the gimp facilities allow me to do this ? Without any user
> interface (on the command line, with args) ?
> If the wavelet compression is not available, is there another way to
> compress such a way the data loss does not compromise the quality ?
> Currently I'm using the gnuzip tool, but I was told that wavelet has best
> quality according to compression ratio rather than the JPEG, this is why I'm
> looking to used it.
> For reply, also email to me, please.
> Thanks for your help
> Regards
> Pascal MiQUET
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