The following links may provide useful information related to JPEG 2000. The authors of the guide are not responsible for the quality of external links, though every effort has been made to ensure their general suitability.
Homepage of the C Reference software for JPEG 2000. This software (and source code) is available under a free licence, and is being maintained.
JJ2000 Original Site (now deprecated). Once the home of the JJ2000 Reference Software, this site now serves as a historical archive of the final version of the reference software.
JJ2000 Site Current Site. The current home of the JJ2000 project, with augmentations by Kodak adding ICC support to JJ2000's JP2 implementation.
Home of the Kakadu JPEG 2000 codec, authored by Dr David Taubman. At the time of writing, Kakadu is considered to be one of the fastest and most conformant JPEG 2000 implementations available. Source code is obtainable under commercial licensing, and binary demonstrations are available on the site.
A large and updated selection of useful links pertaining to JPEG 2000.
The Final Committee Drafts of the published JPEG 2000 parts. FCD's are the "release candidates" of ISO standards, created when minimal changes are expected. It should be noted however, that there have been changes to several parts of JPEG 2000 since the FCD's and the times of final publication. Implementations claiming full conformance would need to be implemented against the final publication, available from ISO.
Home of the JPEG ("Joint Photographic Experts Group") Comittee, the people responsible for the creation of the JPEG and JPEG 2000 standards.
The home of the British Standards Institution, publisher of this guide.
Home of the IST/37 standards Committee.