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  • Useful Mac OS X Application for Optimising Images - Recommended!

    If you're running Mac OS X, there's an awesome application called ImageOptim which optimises an image post-creation, perhaps through Photoshop, and dramatically reduces the size of the image. For example, I made a few graphics in GIMP and some came out at 1MB I recall, and they were crunched to somewhere around 50KB - 100KB and they were as good quality as the originals too!

    ImageOptim

    If anyone knows of any such programs for Windows that does the same thing, feel free to share .
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  • #2
    Thanks for sharing that. I run a Mac myself, so to now know how to get a good image on a smaller scale is really helpful to me

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Vikram View Post
      Thanks for sharing that. I run a Mac myself, so to now know how to get a good image on a smaller scale is really helpful to me
      No problem Vikram .
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      • #4
        Thought I'd share a similar optimisation application I found today called Trimage for Linux distributions. For Ubuntu users, it's available in the Ubuntu Software Centre; for other Linux distributions it is available in the software repository for certain distributions

        Teminal Commands

        Ubuntu:
        Code:
        sudo apt-get install trimage
        (Alternatively available in the Ubuntu Software Centre.)

        Debian:
        Code:
        sudo apt-get install trimage
        OpenSuse:
        Available here: http://software.opensuse.org/search?...lude_home=true
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