A promising start for a new feature which could, with a little improvement, become a uniquely powerful tool.
Apple’s controversial proposals to check photos for CSAM content before they’re uploaded to iCloud depend on image matching, as explained here.
What difference does it make when a file has a block of 512 bytes corrupted instead of just a single byte? Results from image formats and recovery using ECC.
Which format – alongside Camera Raw – should you store archived images in: JPEG, PNG, TIFF or Apple’s new HEIC?
Later this year, in macOS 10.15, one of the media types which will become unsupported is JPEG 2000 still images. Here’s how to find and convert your old images.
A cosmetic bug ‘smearing’ images which download slowly, by repeating the last row of the image down to its foot.
What metadata you are likely to encounter, where it is stored, and how you can view and edit it. A grand tour of the Finder’s Get Info dialog.
The first tools to write HEIF still image and HEVC movies are now starting to arrive. Do they confirm their potential? Are they ready to use yet?
Apart from APFS, the features in High Sierra which I was looking forward to most were support for better image and video compression. So where are they?
Alex Karahalios’ shell script and Automator workflow to convert JPEG to HEIF/HEIC files.