I'll admit up front to not having followed the conversation so far.

What quality levels you use on JPEG depends heavily on the type of data you are
wanting to store, you quality requirements, space requirements, etc.  As an
example (worked up for a map conversation)


The point of the demonstration was to show that JPEG isn't always smaller, and
that it isn't always appropriate for your data.  The newer JPEG preview in the
GIMP save dialog helps a lot in making those kinds of decisions.

If I am completely off topic, I'm sorry, I have to deal with inappropriate uses
of JPEG files all the time in my work :(


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