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Little CMS 2.13.1 released

Little CMS 2.13.1 released I am glad to the announce the release 2.13.1 of the LittleCMS open source color engine. Little CMS intends to be a small-footprint color management engine, with special focus on accuracy and performance. It uses the International Color Consortium standard (ICC), which is the modern standard when regarding to color management. The ICC specification is widely used and is referred to in many International and other de-facto standards.

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Little CMS Color translator 3.5 released

Little CMS Color Translator 3.5 released I am glad to the announce the release 3.5 of the Little CMS Color Translator tool . Introducing a brand new file format: WebP. WebP is an image file format which contains image data with both lossless and lossy compression. Developed by Google, WebP basically is a derivative WebM video format. The format is capable of reducing image file size up to 34% smaller than JPEG and PNG images while retaining high-quality.

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Little CMS 2.12 released

Little CMS 2.12 released I am glad to the announce the release 2.12 of the LittleCMS open source color engine. lcms2-2.12 will add stability. Most of the new development has been done in fast float plug-in, now we have a integrated build system (a command line option in configure script) and more kernels, RGB to anything, and Lab to anything. The path “Lab to RGB” in float is specially useful. This release also recovers PDF for documentation, but at a reduced size.

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Little CMS 2.11 released

After a long period of inactivity, I am happy to announce the release of lcms2-2.11. It includes bug fixes and some compilation aids, like the possibility of removing the “register” modifier. MD5 is now accesible in API. PostScript CSA generation is also much better, solving historical performance issues on PostScript which affect many intepreters, Camelot, Ghostscript… Maybe the biggest difference of 2.11 with other releases lies in the bundle with the “fast float” plug-in.

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