Files that contain the .jpf file extension are used to store JPEG 2000 image files. The JPF file format is the successor of the JPEG format, supporting transparency and metadata information.
JPF files can store either lossy or lossless images. This means that a user can store a JPF file in a compressed file size without losing quality to the image in the file. These files may also be stored with a .jp2 or .jpx file extension.
The Biz Plan Pro software application also uses the .jpf file suffix. These JPF files contain the contents of business plans that have been created with the program.
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