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Because of their very-good compression capabilities and wide adoption, JPEG and GIF formats are the most widely used image formats on the Internet today. GIF files have an even better compression then JPG files but this comes at a high cost: a limited number of colors per pixel supported, only 256 colors per pixel (8 bits per pixel) compared to JPEG's 16.8 million (24 bits per pixel).


The GIF output format also comes with the option of creating a single multi-page GIF document from all the processed photos.


Select the desired interlace algorithm from the Interlace Type combo-box.
The default settings can be restored by pressing the Reset button.