Mixed raster content

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Mixed raster content, or MRC, is a method for compressing images that contain both binary text and continuous-tone components, using image segmentation methods to improve the level of compression and the quality of the rendered image.[1] By separating the image into components with different levels of compressibility, the most efficient and accurate compression algorithms for each type can be used.

Generally, MRC is packaged into a hybrid file format which supports markup language such as XML, allowing for multiple images, and the instructions to properly render each of them, to be stored within a single file.

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  1. ^ de Queiroz, Ricardo; Buckley, Robert; Xu, Ming (28 December 1998). Mixed Raster Content (MRC) Model for Compound Image Compression (PDF). Visual Communications and Image Processing '99. ISBN 9780819431240. Retrieved 2012-08-03. 

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