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Jan 28, 2008 - AspJpeg 2.0 Released

AspJpeg 2.0 offers the following new features: Upgrades are free for registered users. Your existing registration key will be recognized by this version.

Dec 18, 2007 - AspJpeg 2.0 Beta 2 Released

AspJpeg 2.0 offers the following new features: GIF output, Metadata editing, and several new drawing methods.

Dec 11, 2007 - AspJpeg 2.0 Beta Released with GIF Output

AspJpeg 2.0 offers full GIF output support described in Chapter 9 of the user manual. New functionality includes GIF resizing, animation and transparency management, JPEG-to-GIF conversion, palette management, and more.

The beta version of AspJpeg 2.0 is now available for public testing. Please download it here. We are looking forward to your comments and feature requests.

Aug 17, 2007 - 64-bit AspJpeg Released

The native 64-bit version of AspJpeg is now officially released. Download the 64-bit installer here.

Jul 26, 2007 - 64-bit AspJpeg on Sale

Permanent registration keys for the 64-bit version of AspJpeg can now be purchased. For licensing purposes, AspJpeg (64-bit) is a totally separate product. Your existing 32-bit keys cannot be used with the 64-bit version.

A full installer for AspJpeg (64-bit) will be available shortly. Meanwhile, the library file aspjpeg64.dll must be manually registered on your 64-bit Windows server. It can be downloaded here.

Jun 20, 2007 - AspJpeg 1.9 Released
Version 1.9 offers the following new features:

May 01, 2007 - Service Release Available

Mar 13, 2007 - 64-bit AspJpeg Beta Released

The native 64-bit version of AspJpeg is now available for testing. Download the zip file containing AspJpeg64.dll and evaluation instructions here.

Note that existing 15-digit registration keys do not work with the 64-bit version. For evaluation purposes, use the key included in the instruction file.

Feb 05, 2007 - User Manual Revised

For better organization of information and to trim down a few overbloated chapters of the User Manual, we have introduced a new chapter dedicated entirely to drawing images on top of other images.

The new Chapter 6 - Picture-in-Picture is composed of sections moved from other chapters. Former Chapter 6 (Metadata Extraction) is now Chapter 7, and former Chapter 7 (Miscellaneous Features) is now Chapter 8.

Jan 23, 2007 - AspJpeg 1.8 Released

Version 1.8 offers the following new features:

Jan 15, 2007 - AspJpeg Released

This service release fixes a bug in the New method which caused the default image resolution to be set incorrectly. Also fixes a bug in the DrawPNG method which caused the newly set Width and Height properties to be ignored.

Nov 10, 2006 - AspJpeg 1.7 Released

Version 1.7 offers the following new features:
Oct 18, 2005 - AspJpeg 1.6 Released
Version 1.6 offers the following new features:

Aug 24, 2005 - AspJpeg Released

This service release fixes a bug in the Pixels property which may cause pixel colors to be set incorrectly. This bug only affects put_Pixels but not get_Pixels.

Feb 03, 2005 - AspJpeg 1.5 Released

Version 1.5 offers the following new features:

  • CMYK-to-RGB conversion via the ToRGB method. You can now create Web-viewable RGB thumbnails from CMYK images in JPEG and TIFF formats. To achieve good color reproduction, ToRGB uses International Color Consortium's color space conversion schemes commonly known as ICC Profiles.
  • Ability to obtain the number of color components of an image via the property OriginalComponents. This property returns 1 for grayscale, 3 for RGB, and 4 for CMYK images.
  • Ability to retrieve and set image resolution. The original image resolution can be obtained via the properties OriginalResolutionX and OriginalResolutionY. To set a new resolution, use the properties ResolutionX and ResolutionY.
  • Read/write access to individual pixels of an image via the default property Pixels(x, y). This property allows you to set or retrieve the array of color components for a given pixel.
  • Support for progressive JPEGs via the property Progressive.
For more information on these new features, see Chapter 8 of the user manual. Upgrades are free for registered users. Your existing registration key will be recognized by this version.

Aug 13, 2004 - AspJpeg 1.4 Released

Version 1.4 offers the following new features:

  • TIFF support. In addition to JPEG, GIF, BMP and PNG formats, AspJpeg now supports Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) widely used in document imaging and digital photography. A variety of compression algorithms and color spaces are supported, as well as multi-image TIFFs.
  • EXIF and IPTC support. You can now extract various pieces of information embedded in JPEG images by the digital camera, such as shutter speed or metering mode. You can also access text metadata inserted by Photoshop, such as image title, copyright information, etc.
  • Grayscale method added which turns color images into B&W.
  • New method added to create blank images of arbitrary size and background.
  • Canvas.GetTextExtent method added to calculate the width of text strings to be drawn. This feature is useful for text alignment and positioning purposes.
  • Font.Quality property added to control text anti-aliasing.
  • OriginalFormat property added returning a 3-letter image format code such as "BMP" or "TIF".
  • PreserveAspectRatio property added. When this property is set to True, changing the width or height of an image automatically adjusts the other dimension to preserve the original aspect ratio of the image.
  • The Canvas methods Arc, Bar, Circle, Ellipse and Line are renamed into DrawArc, DrawBar, DrawCircle, DrawEllipse and DrawLine, respectively. The old method names are still supported for backwards compatibility.
Upgrades are free for registered users. Your existing registration key will be recognized by this version.

Aug 12, 2004 - AspJpeg.com Web Site Launched

Since our image management component has amassed so many features recently, we figured it was time for it to have its own dedicated web site, just like all other major Persits Software products.

This web site is also your user manual. Here you can find all the information necessary to have AspJpeg up and running in no time:

  • User Manual describes the features AspJpeg has to offer.
  • Object Reference documents the properties and methods of all objects.
  • Live Demo demonstrates key features interactively online.

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