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I am writing an application that serializes images into an Object as a byte array since the Image is not serializable.

I am dealing with images that is 7000 by 7000. So at I/O processing of deserializing the object from byte[] to BufferedImage, there is a slight delay in processing time. (0.3 seconds).

BufferedImage bimg = ImageIO.read(byteArray);


My question is: Is there a way to process that byte[] to BufferedImage in say 0.1 seconds?


Once the byte[] is in BufferedImage, dealing with the images itself takes no time at all, just the conversion from byte[] to BufferedImage.

Perhaps there's a way to store Image into a serialized object and deserialize it without having to deal with conversions from byte[] to BufferedImage.

I tried overriding the readObject and writeObject when serializing/deserializing and the delay of 0.3 seconds still exists.

That's why I'm making a callout to see if there's an alternative.
 
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