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Any on-line tools for reducing jpg file sizes?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Ron-P, Oct 26, 2001.

  1. Ron-P

    Ron-P Producer

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  2. Andy Hardin

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    IrFanView
    http://www.irfanview.com/english.htm
    Handy little image viewer and manipulator. To do what you want:
    ---->image----->resize/resample
    You can then chose the size by pixels or by percentage of the original, it also allows you to preserve the aspect ratio (W x H so it is not skewed).
    Handy little tool
     
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    Scott Littlefield Stunt Coordinator

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    Is that program: Lview still around?
    We used that a lot here at Boeing the last few years..
    ~Rob M.
     
  6. Todd Hochard

    Todd Hochard Cinematographer

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    VuePrint is a small file viewer/manipulator that has the tightest(meaning highest quality in smallest space) jpg compression that I've come across.
    www.hamrick.com. It's freeware, I think. Or maybe it is for me, since I bought a license long ago.
    Todd
     

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