The Leadtools.Jpip assembly supports 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.
LEADTOOLS JPIP (JPEG 2000 Interactive Protocol) client/server architecture allows very large, compressed JPEG2000 images to be stored on a server. In addition, the client can specify the image resolution for a transmission, as well as quality and region of interest (ROI) attributes. 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 this image streaming and decoding.
The LEADTOOLS JPIP assemblies comprise high level components that developers can easily plug into enterprise client/server applications, making it possible to immediately start streaming high-resolution images under low HTTP bandwidth connections.