<h1> Compressing Picture With Photoshop And Image Compressor </h1> <h1>Optimizing JPEG Image In Photoshop</h1> <h2> Photoshop offers a standard JPEG compression accessible from "File -&gt; Save For Web And Device" menu.</h2><h2> You can choose the compression level by sliding quality and then preview the result on a window.</h2><h2> The main problem is that the better the image’s quality, the more space it will use.</h2><h2> And more space means slow upload and download speed.</h2><h2> Let's have a look at sample image compressed by Photoshop.</h2><h2> Original PNG image.</h2><h2> File size: 75,315 bytes JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.</h2><h2>Maximum Quality (100) File size: 40,964 bytes JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.</h2><h2>Low Quality (10) File size: 3847 bytes As you can see, the only acceptable compressed image quality is the one compressed using Maximum quality setting (100).</h2><h2> You can try each and every quality options, between 0-100,and inspect each one of them to determine which produce the desired result for you.</h2><h2> That means you will have to preview 100 times for one image.</h2><h2> Now imagine if you have 2 or more images to compress.</h2><h2> How many times you need to inspect each of them? How many hours it will take? Does that sound practical to you? </h2> <h1>Better Solution: Use Image Compressor As A Post-Processing Application</h1> <h2> If you like many of us, you will notice that compressing JPEG is a very time-consuming task if done using Photoshop.</h2><h2> Do you really want to preview 100 times to make sure your compressed photo is highly optimized? Now, the smart solution is using Image Compressor 2008 to compress your photos.</h2><h2> Image Compressor can be used as a post-processing application.</h2><h2> That is after you've done your photo editing session in Photoshop.</h2><h2> By using Image Compressor along side with Photoshop, you will gain these benefits: You can reduce the time required to compress images.</h2><h2> You can batch compess multiple photos at once.</h2><h2> You can keep the original high quality image untouched.</h2><h2> No more previewing compression result.</h2><h2> Not 100 times.</h2><h2> Not even 1 time.</h2><h2> You might wonder how Image Compressor can compress your image without having to preview them.</h2><h2> The answer is Digital Eye technology.</h2><h2> Image Compressor uses an artifical eye to detect and automatically inspect the compressed image - So you don't have to preview each one of them.</h2><h2> Are you curious about the quality? Let's look at the comparison below.</h2><h2> JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.</h2><h2>Maximum Quality (100) File size: 40,964 bytes JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.</h2><h2>Low Quality (10) File size: 3847 bytes JPG Compressed by Image Compressor.</h2><h2> File size: 29,068 bytes There you go.</h2><h2> Look at the image compressed by Image Compressor.</h2><h2> It has the same quality as the one compressed by Photoshop using maximum quality.</h2><h2> Yet the file size is only 75%! And guess what, you don't have to slide the quality control in Image Compressor.</h2><h2> Image Compressor's digital eye does it nicely and automatically for you.</h2><h2> What does this mean to you? Using Image Compressor you can SAFELY batch compress your images without worrying about the quality.</h2><h2> All compressed images will have the most optimized quality - automatically.</h2><h2> Imagine the time saving you can have by using Image Compressor.</h2><h2> </h2> <h1>Batch Image Compression Using Photoshop And Image Compressor</h1> <h2> Please follow this steps to work with Photoshop and Image Compressor: Edit each and every images you want in Photoshop.</h2><h2> Save them as PSD or TIFF format.</h2><h2> Both are lossless format so you can be sure the quality is intact Using Image Compressor, go to Image Tray (Batch Mode) menu Add all of those PSD or TIFF images to the image tray.</h2><h2> Click on batch process button That's it.</h2><h2> All of your PSDs or TIFFs will be compressed automatically using Image Compressor.</h2><h2> Image Compressor is the premier solution for creating high quality JPEG.</h2><h2> Try it, you will be amazed.</h2><h2> Guaranteed.</h2><h2> </h2>
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Compressing Picture With Photoshop And Image Compressor

Optimizing JPEG Image In Photoshop

Photoshop offers a standard JPEG compression accessible from "File -> Save For Web And Device" menu.
You can choose the compression level by sliding quality and then preview the result on a window.
The main problem is that the better the image’s quality, the more space it will use. And more space means slow upload and download speed.
Let's have a look at sample image compressed by Photoshop.

Original lossless image
Original PNG image.
File size: 75,315 bytes
Compressed With Maximum Quality
JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.
Maximum Quality (100)
File size: 40,964 bytes
Compressed With Low Quality
JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.
Low Quality (10)
File size: 3847 bytes
As you can see, the only acceptable compressed image quality is the one compressed using Maximum quality setting (100).

You can try each and every quality options, between 0-100,
and inspect each one of them to determine which produce the desired result for you.
That means you will have to preview 100 times for one image.
Now imagine if you have 2 or more images to compress. How many times you need to inspect each of them? How many hours it will take? Does that sound practical to you?

Better Solution: Use Image Compressor As A Post-Processing Application

If you like many of us, you will notice that compressing JPEG is a very time-consuming task if done using Photoshop.
Do you really want to preview 100 times to make sure your compressed photo is highly optimized?

Now, the smart solution is using Image Compressor 2008 to compress your photos.
Image Compressor can be used as a post-processing application.
That is after you've done your photo editing session in Photoshop.

By using Image Compressor along side with Photoshop, you will gain these benefits:
  1. You can reduce the time required to compress images.
  2. You can batch compess multiple photos at once.
  3. You can keep the original high quality image untouched.
  4. No more previewing compression result. Not 100 times. Not even 1 time.
You might wonder how Image Compressor can compress your image without having to preview them.
The answer is Digital Eye technology. Image Compressor uses an artifical eye to detect and automatically inspect the compressed image - So you don't have to preview each one of them.

Are you curious about the quality? Let's look at the comparison below.
Compressed With Maximum Quality
JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.
Maximum Quality (100)
File size: 40,964 bytes
Compressed With Low Quality
JPG Compressed by Photoshop CS3.
Low Quality (10)
File size: 3847 bytes
Compressed With Less Aggressive
JPG Compressed by Image Compressor.
File size: 29,068 bytes
There you go. Look at the image compressed by Image Compressor. It has the same quality as the one compressed by Photoshop using maximum quality. Yet the file size is only 75%!
And guess what, you don't have to slide the quality control in Image Compressor.
Image Compressor's digital eye does it nicely and automatically for you.

What does this mean to you?
Using Image Compressor you can SAFELY batch compress your images without worrying about the quality.
All compressed images will have the most optimized quality - automatically.
Imagine the time saving you can have by using Image Compressor.

Batch Image Compression Using Photoshop And Image Compressor

Please follow this steps to work with Photoshop and Image Compressor:
  1. Edit each and every images you want in Photoshop.
  2. Save them as PSD or TIFF format. Both are lossless format so you can be sure the quality is intact
  3. Using Image Compressor, go to Image Tray (Batch Mode) menu
  4. Add all of those PSD or TIFF images to the image tray.
  5. Click on batch process button
That's it. All of your PSDs or TIFFs will be compressed automatically using Image Compressor.
Image Compressor is the premier solution for creating high quality JPEG.
Try it, you will be amazed. Guaranteed.



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