How to judge the three options of JPEG, "baseline standard", "baseline optimized", and "continuous"

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"How to judge the three options of JPEG'

 

Not sure what exactly you want to ask? Photoshop is not available for Linux. Is this question related to any Adobe product at all?

 

Here is excerpt from official Adobe help https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/saving-files-graphics-formats.html:

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Specifies the format of your JPEG file. Baseline (“Standard”) uses a format recognized by most web browsers. Baseline Optimized creates a file with optimized color and a slightly smaller file size. Progressive displays a series of increasingly detailed versions of the image (you specify how many) as it downloads. (Not all web browsers support optimized and Progressive JPEG images.) "

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