JPIP (JPEG 2000 Interactive Protocol)

The JPIP (JPEG 2000 Interactive Protocol) features in LEADTOOLS support interactive streaming of large images and associated image data using the minimum possible bandwidth. It is especially well-suited to using internet connections for viewing and manipulating large medical, geospatial, and very-high-resolution camera images stored on remote servers. It is an implementation of the JPEG2000, part 9 standard (ISO/IEC 15444-9), including both meta-data and code-stream elements.

JPIP client/server architecture allows storage of very large, compressed JPEG2000 images at the server, along with transmission of image resolution, quality, and region of interest (ROI) as specified by a client. This allows client applications to interact with a stored image without transmitting the entire image, or decoding the entire image code-stream. The server and client components include a number of options for controlling image streaming and decoding.

The JPIP features contain high-level components that developers can easily plug into enterprise client/server applications, allowing them to immediately start streaming high-resolution images under low HTTP bandwidth connections.

For more information, see LEADTOOLS JPIP Client and Server SDK Technology.

Note: JPIP requires a server (deployment) license.

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