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I have a buffered image in which i am converting to a byte[], it works fine and I can later open the image again, but when i read the image in it is of lower quality than the original, it is a document with text, and the text has a lot of jagged edges around the letters. I am doing the following to create the byte[].


and to load the image I am just using an image icon to read the byte[] array.

Any ideas or suggestions on how to fix this.

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