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mini(scule) review of "Fileminimizer Pictures" compression tool

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just keeping you on yer toes
-tomos (March 12, 2011, 03:07 PM)
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Accepted   :D
What a ballet nuisance that I didn't stay en point  :-[

Nice review Chris. :up:

Just wanted to say Fileminimizer Pictures is a useful program, and those users who want such a graphics utility for compression would also be well served to check out RIOT.

As tomos has already mentioned ;), RIOT can batch process to size--a rare feature I've found incredibly useful and time-saving. 

On the other hand, I think Fileminimzer Pictures handles more file types, so I suppose it all depends on the task at hand.


users who want such a graphics utility for compression would also be well served to check out RIOT.
-sajman99 (March 12, 2011, 06:08 PM)
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Thanks for posting that here.
It's good to bring up alternatives — makes the topic more useful for people looking for the 'right' software for them.

Simple interface:

* collect files for compression by browsing or by drag and drop
* handles individual files or batches of files
* facilitates emailing of compressed files (compress and email in one step)
* pre-set compression levels for those wanting a little help
* custom compression levels for those with specific levels in mind
* optional context menu entry
It just works. The screenshot of the interface started as a jpg at 100% output quality. Its size was halved by this software, with a better result than that from just dropping the output quality to 50%.

-cranioscopical (February 16, 2011, 11:28 AM)
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Thanks buddy. I am using free version of it. Very helpful Compression tool.

"Doesn't overwrite original images, although it can be forced to do that if desired."  ... this works as far as I know only if you purchase the product and is disabled on the free version.

But this is definitely a very useful utility .. should save u about 50% of your storage in my experience.


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