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Using JAVA1.2.2 to convert image formats

Jesse Elder

Joined: Apr 17, 2002
Posts: 8
Using java1.2.2. The only api I could find for manipulating images is jpeg encoder and MediaTracker Toolkit. MediaTracker Toolkit requires a component window but I am rendering the image to an off-screen buffer, hoping to eliminate any window interaction. So I have decided to use JPEG encoder to read and write images. A couple of questions:
1) Is the JPEG encoder and MediaTracker Toolkit the only ways to read and write images?
2) I can deal with using just the JPEG encoder, but I need some java program or api that will convert all image formats into JPEGs. Any ideas?
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