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I was working on a project that required using Intel's IPP libraries to convert an image in BMP to lossless JPEG2000 format (.jp2).

I went through a book on JPEG2000, and based on what I understood from there, I wrote a program to encode and put the appropriate markers. However, when I open the image in a viewer like IrfanView, I am getting a mainly gray image. The original image I used had for all pixels, R = 255, G, B = 0.

I am able to properly encode and decode the image (I wrote a decoder to test, and I can recover the BMP file). My trouble is with the boxes and markers required as per JPEG2000 standard. I think I have problems with the codestream box. In particular, I am not sure whether this part is correct:

  • I have 3 components (RGB which after RCT becomes Y0, Y1, Y2). Since I am not using tiling, and am using CPRL progression, I have 3 tiles - one for each component. I am writing the codestream obtained for subband LL first, HL next, LH after that and HH in the end. That is, the order is - LL, HL, LH, HH. I am not using packets or tile-parts. I am doing the same thing for each component.

Is what I am doing correct?

Also, I don't know if this is the right stackexchange to ask, please let me know if this is the wrong place.

closed as off-topic by Philip Kendall, Hueco, Michael C, Rafael, mattdm Jun 19 '18 at 12:39

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about creating a file rather than anything to do with a photo. – Philip Kendall Jun 19 '18 at 5:07
  • May I know which stackexchange this question would be fit for? Thanks! – Aneesh Hiregange Jun 19 '18 at 5:31
  • I'm not sure there is an appropriate SE site for this at the moment. If you could include an MCVE which demonstrates the issue, it would be appropriate for Stack Overflow. – Philip Kendall Jun 19 '18 at 6:18
  • stackoverflow.com/help/on-topic is the right place for this question – Romeo Ninov Jun 19 '18 at 9:29
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    @RomeoNinov Not at the moment it's not as it doesn't have any actual code to be fixed. It needs a Minimal, Complete, and Verifiable example or it will get closed there as well. – Philip Kendall Jun 19 '18 at 12:51

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