Different types of image compression
Differences in image compression stem from differences in image file formats. Some formats are very large and contain a great deal of information, and so these formats require compression before you can actually work with the images, and to prevent unnecessary waste of disk space. Some file formats support lossless compression algorithms, while others do not, and this is a key consideration in thinking about the preservation of the original image.
Features of advanced image compression
The signature of a high-quality image compression tool is significant reduction in file size without damage to the image itself. Thus, lossless compression algorithms are absolutely essential for those who want to retain image quality. PDF is a format that supports lossless compression algorithms, unlike JPEG, which is a popular image format, but does not give you the same image quality.
Most advanced image compression software
CVISION offers highly advanced image compression programs. Their software is a lossless tool that allows you to reduce file size by up to 100x, depending on the image. Furthermore, it can convert other formats into PDF before compressing them, giving you the advantages of PDF compression for all of your image files. To experience the convenience of CVISION software, download the free trial version.