Hey JGO, I'll Start this post off by saying that I've never really messed around with creating/recreating Buffered Images via pixel data before.
(So maybe this is a common ordeal?)
I was bored today
, and decided to make a program that would:A
: Scan a Image, get the pixel data.B
: Export the recreated Image (
: Encrypt the recreated Image (
: Export the decrypted image (
.IDX > .JPG)
The Image that I'm using: (rather large)http://edmullen.net/test/imagefiletest.php
Somehow during this process after I recreate the Image via the decrypted file's data, it reduced the size dramatically?
No Image Quality / Pixel Data Loss.
(Original.jpg) 5,826 kb (3264x2448)
(Initial-encrypt.jpg) 5,826 kb (3264x2448)
(Initial-decrypt.jpg) 966 kb (3264x2448)
Is Java doing something that I'm missing?
Or did I just make a new tool?