|October 14, 2017|
Image compression is important when your sharing files. You don’t want to email a large file if you don’t need to. The problem with most image applications is that they don’t have a good preview of what the image will look like when you compress it.
That’s where JPEGMini comes in handy, from their website:
Get the smallest image file size without compromising quality. JPEGmini can optimize photos up to 28MP.
This is a very useful tool to help compress images for email or website development. You’ll be able to see the before/after and decide if the compression is worth it.
In most situations, you don’t really need the high-resolution photo unless your sending the image file to a printer.
If your using JPEGMini a lot, then consider going Pro, here are some features:
- 128 Megapixels - Support high-resolution photos from the world's leading camera brands.
- Lightroom Plugin - Fits perfectly in your workflow, enabling you to optimize photos without adding any extra steps.
- Batch Resize -Drag and drop any amount of photos and have them resized to your specifications.
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