Demo version is here:
http://www.imagecompression.info/gralic/flic1d.zip - command-line executable for 32-bit Windows. It can handle only 24-bit color images in PPM format, with both width and height less than 8160. It always applies the algorithm designed for photographic images.
Here's some comparison with JPEG2000 (Kakadu), BMF2 and BCIF.
FLIC: 100.0% - 358268079 bytes
BMF2: 106.9% - 383042492
BCIF: 110.2% - 394725429
Jpg2K: 116.0% - 415503871
Uncompressed: 265.17% - 950008194 bytes
FLIC: 100 seconds
FLIC: 102 seconds
Tests were run on an Intel Core i7 CPU 930 (2.8 GHz) with 3 GB RAM running Windows XP.
all 14 images from http://www.imagecompression.info/tes...es/rgb8bit.zip ,
plus all 11 images from http://cdb.paradice-insight.us/corpo...verse/?C=S;O=D ,
plus all 7 images from http://cdb.paradice-insight.us/corpo...08bit/?C=S;O=D .
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