J2C to PPM

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J2C to PPM

Useful information about J2C

Extension: J2C
Name: J2C File Format
Mime Type: image/j2c
Converter: J2C Converter
Description: A file with .j2c extension is a variant of JPEG file format and is compressed with the wavelet compression. It has nearly identical system of markers and segments to JPEG 2000 file format. The J2C file format is as defined in the Part 1 of the JPEG 2000 stand that supports both lossy and lossless compression. The JPEG 2000 codestream was designed to be embedded in JP2 or another file format, although it may appear in a file by itself. A J2C file can be opened using Adobe Photoshop 2020, Adobe Illustrator 2020, and Corel Paintshop Pro. - Source

Useful information about PPM

Extension: PPM
Name: Portable Pixmap Format
Mime Type: image/x-portable-pixmap
Converter: PPM Converter
Description: The PPM format is a lowest common denominator color image file format. It should be noted that this format is egregiously inefficient. It is highly redundant, while containing a lot of information that the human eye can't even discern. Furthermore, the format allows very little information about the image besides basic color, which means you may have to couple a file in this format with other independent information to get any decent use out of it. However, it is very easy to write and analyze programs to process this format, and that is the point. - Source