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Alternative for JAI 1.1.3

 
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In our project we are using JAI 1.1.3 but only using 2 jar files nothing else.

jai_codec.jar
jai_core.jar

Now JAI is no longer supported so trying to find  out alternative for JAI and found that JAI-ext is good choice ...but when I downloaded the jar files for this JAI-EXT I see same jar files there also.

I am confused...If JAI is no longer supported then

1. Can I use existing jar files in my project? if not then not sure why same jar files are included in JAI-EXT project as well?
2. What's the alternative for these 2 jar files?

Thank you in advance.
 
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For recommending an alternative it would to know what you need the library to do. For image processing I like the ImageJ library.
 
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