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Re: Multiple image files?

From: Eduardo Marques <ebmarques@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2013 13:10:03 -0300
To: <public-respimg@w3.org>
Cc: "'Aaron Grogg'" <aarontgrogg@gmail.com>
Message-ID: <00c901cecc1c$8317d1d0$89477570$@com>
Hi Aaron,

>well, you simply need as many images as you want to serve to your users,
right?? if you *don't* want to send the same image to a mobile phone *and*a
desktop browser, then you need at least two different images... *how many*
different images is completely up to you, your client, and your user base


Wrong! LOL!
That's what this group is looking for. Nobody wish to deliver the same image
for different clients. At the same time, I am saying is senseless to have
multiple versions for the same image. I don't know the solution to avoid it.
:)
IMO, any solution that requires multiple images is not a solution.
JPEG2000 do not require multiple images... Is it THE solution? I don't know.

Personally, I prefer an alternative related to image mapping: assign "x" and
"y" coordinates, "z" depth and let the browsers read ***ONLY*** that.

[]s
Eduardo Marques
ebmarques@gmail.com
Received on Friday, 18 October 2013 16:10:35 UTC

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