How to Compressing Your Images without losing qulaity.

Started by Nora22, Jan 23, 2023, 11:30 PM

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While it's great that we're living in an era when internet speeds are constantly increasing, we shouldn't take this as an excuse to do away with essential procedures like picture compression. Consumers' attention spans are becoming shorter and shorter as the web speeds up, and as mobile and Retina device displays become more commonplace, users' expectations for picture quality rise. It's crucial to understand the many advantages of reducing the size or changing the format of a picture before delving into the specific methods involved.

Tools exist to help you clean your files of any unnecessary meta data that won't be seen by the naked eye.
But check your compression ratio since it is essential. Your photographs may lose quality if you compress them too much.

Compressions may be split into two categories:

Data is lost while encoding in a lossy format. There will be quality loss when the picture is shrunk significantly.

Lossless compression may shrink a picture without compromising quality, but it's best suited for bigger files.

One of the two Optimizillas is the JPEG compressor. It has the same capabilities as the preceding, but, as its name implies, it can only handle JPG and JPEG files for photos.