I've seen several debates about using the default jpeg quality setting when 
saving, but how about the DCT Method? The default is "Integer". I've always 
bumped it up(?) to "Floating Point" on the assumption that it is better and 
only increases CPU usage. The file size of the floating point DCT was actually 
smaller than the Integer one (at least on my one test image). Is Integer DCT 
default a hold over from the days of slower CPUs or are there machines out 
there where using floating point is a noticeable performance hit?
Timothy Jedlicka, [EMAIL PROTECTED], 1-630-713-4436, AOL-IM=tjbonzo

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