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How can i reduce Image Size Without Losing Quality ?

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How can i reduce Image Size Without Losing Quality ?

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mp68terr

Are you speaking about the size of the image itself or are you speaking of the size of the file?

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TrojanK
5 hours ago, Ubiaquitrian said:

How can i reduce Image Size Without Losing Quality ?

 

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FamguyFan

RIOT has an easy to use interface to compare the original with the optimized image in real time and instantly see the resulting file size. The image optimizer is lightweight, fast and simple to use, yet powerful for advanced users.

 

https://riot-optimizer.com/

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MaRk15
On 9/16/2019 at 11:46 PM, FamguyFan said:

RIOT has an easy to use interface to compare the original with the optimized image in real time and instantly see the resulting file size. The image optimizer is lightweight, fast and simple to use, yet powerful for advanced users.

 

https://riot-optimizer.com/

 

Wow this is nice. I just tested this on my T Shirt Design Mock Up. and here's the result

70VCjYx.jpg

 

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Amara Smith

Convert That Image into WEbp Image. This Version is the compressed version of Original Image  and can be used easily.

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TrojanK
33 minutes ago, Amara Smith said:

Convert That Image into WEbp Image.

How to do this?

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mp68terr
33 minutes ago, TrojanK said:

How to do this?

XnViewMP can do that, simply save/export as Webp. Did not check other image/converter apps that can likely do that too.

There is also a Webp plugin for irfanview.

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Kalju
On 9/16/2019 at 10:15 AM, Ubiaquitrian said:

How can i reduce Image Size Without Losing Quality ?

At least as long as the law on the preservation/conservation of material is still in place, it is not possible.

In addition, the relationship between size and quality is irreversible. This means you will never get better quality than the original. Zooming in will not improve the quality. What you see always seems worse. If you make it smaller, you will always lose quality. Whenever you change anything, always keep the original. Otherwise, you will not be able to retrieve it back later in any way.

Therefore - any changes what You do, always manifested as a quality loss and these changes are irreversible.

But sometimes the lower quality picture looks better than original. But it is only apparent/seeming, not real.

So. Do what you want or do what ever You do, but if this image is important to you, always keep the original.

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mp68terr
36 minutes ago, Kalju said:

if this image is important to you, always keep the original

+1000 for that! Keep it and backup it.

 

On the other hand let's not forget the lossless compression formats allowing the original data to be perfectly reconstructed from the compressed data.

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