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IMAGEmini, a powerful photo resizer and optimizer, allows you to optimize all your photos by 80% ~ 20% comparing to their originals while keeping their original resolution, quality and png, jpg, gif formats. With IMAGEmini, you can save huge space and share full-resolution photos with your friends much faster.
IMAGEmini also supports batch resizing hundreds of photos quickly and easily with one click. It supports 70 types of image formats for resizing:
• One-click optimization.
• Easy management: When a folder dragged into the application, IMAGEmini will work on it immediatly.
• Support 70 types of image formats: JPG,BMP,PNG,GIF,PDF,PSD,PNT,RGB,ARW,BMPF,CUR,CRW,CR2,DCR …
• Photo sharing becomes more eaiser.
• More choices:
- Lossless mode (png, jpg, gif);
- Lossy mode (jpg);
- Lossless mode will save space > 20%. Lossless mode compresses and reduces large image size significantly but keep the original resolution, quality.
- Lossy mode will save space > 50% with minor quality loss.
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2 Remove a bug in os-x 10.6
Excellent app at what it does, with a few small issues
First of all congratulations for what is a very good app (ImageMini). I have some issues though that I think you should address:
1. Why does the app start processing files as soon as I add them? If I change the export size it will cancel the images that have already been processed, and only do them again at the end. I think this approach is wrong - the app should not do anything when files are added, but rather when you export.
2. When exporting, there should be an option to overwrite originals. This would save me the time of having to manually replace the originals file - if I want to.
3. The export size parameters (width x height) are not respected correctly for portrait images. Consider the following example:
- original size: 5184 x 3456
- export size chosen: 2048 x 1536
If the image is in landscape mode, the resized image is indeed 2048 x 1536. But if the image is in portrait mode, it will use 1024 x 1536, which I think is wrong - it should rather use 1536 x 2048 (the reverse of the export size I chose). This way all images will have the same dimensions and correct orientation.
I use this app to batch-shrink the size of photos I take with my camera before I upload them to the web and it does an amazing job. Shrinks 1.5 Gig photos to 10 or 15% of their original size without any apparant loss, and it does groups of them at once. I upload real estate photos and they have to look very good … and they do. This app is an outstanding value.
Resize is unpredictable
Not sure what’s happening here. I choose a resize option, and it seems to ignore it. My original file is 4288x2848. I chose 2048x1536 and although the file size was reduced drastically, there was no change in the dimentions of the image according to Finder. I tried again with 1600x1200, and it gave me a file that is 3200x2124 according to finder.
I give it two stars because it does indeed reduce the file size while preserving image quality. However, I can’t imagine using this program for reliable image resizing.
- Category: Photography
- Updated: Mar 03, 2014
- Version: 1.60
- Size: 2.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: etinysoft Inc.
- © EffectMatrix Inc.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.4 or later