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User avatar #107 - snakefire
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Can you even make jpegs transparent?
#111 to #107 - skords
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(01/31/2013) [-]
No.
User avatar #112 to #111 - snakefire
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Well we have our answer for best format then.
#113 to #112 - skords
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There is no BEST format as such in my opinion. It really depends upon your content/design. However, PNG offers wide use as it is does not compress images like JPEG.
User avatar #118 to #113 - cousin
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Actually, you can make PNG's tiny. As small, if not smaller than a JPG.
#121 to #118 - skords
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If I am not wrong, won't we will loose some colors while doing so?
User avatar #133 to #121 - cousin
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Yes, but most colours are not needed anyway. There usually isn't any difference between the two, just PNG's are smaller (when compressed).
#144 to #133 - skords
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Some images (usually smaller) don't reflect any changes when we decrease the color palette but some large images do.
User avatar #163 to #144 - cousin
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Say for photos, use JPG or TIFF.
Anything else really, PNG's are better.
#165 to #163 - skords
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Exactly sir, exactly.
User avatar #115 to #113 - snakefire
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(01/31/2013) [-]
What special thing does jpeg do?
#116 to #115 - skords
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If you use a digital camera to take a high quality picture with lots of colors, you might need JPEG to store it or use it as it will compress the image and reduce the size of the file.
PNG is optimum for web purposes.