*** JPEGmini is a robust image optimization tool, trusted by tens of thousands of photographers, that reduces photo file size by up to 80% without compromising quality. To try JPEGmini for free go to https://goo.gl/6Co9Ns***
• Improved User Experience and a refreshed look
• More Resizing Options
• Bug fixes
JPEGmini has been reviewed and praised by dozens of photography publications and bloggers, among them are: DPReview, Forbes, Fstoppers, Petapixel, Macworld, Photography Life, Phoblographer, Shotkit, Noupe, SLR Lounge and many more.
“Frankly, it blows me away.” Kishore Sawh, SLR Lounge
"As far as ease of use, it is hard to make a simpler piece of software. When you are using the desktop software, you simply drag your JPEG files onto the program and then the JPEGmini Algorithm does its magic, compressing your images and saving you tons of space."
Anthony Thurston, Phoblographer
"JPEGmini is without a doubt the most amazing piece of software I’ve come across since I first used Photoshop 10 years ago. In my opinion, it is essential” Mark Condon, Shotkit
“I found it hard to believe that the software would result in that much space savings, so I opened up the JPEG image on my computer and analyzed the file pixel by pixel. Going back and forth a number of times, I could not see ANY differences in quality”
Nasim Mansurov, Photography life
• Optimize photos up to 28MP (for larger resolution photos, check out JPEGmini Pro)
• Send Hi-Res photos faster
• Use smaller USB drives to deliver photos to customers
• Faster loading websites and thus improve Google search rank and customer satisfaction
• Save tons of hard drive space
Watch how photographers use it: https://goo.gl/gXSMZN
Watch JPEGmini being tested under the Loupe: http://bit.ly/160XT5C
For More JPEGmini videos: https://goo.gl/uRjpMn
It’s as simple as Drag, Drop, Done.
Press the “Choose” button to select individual photos, or drag a folder or group of photos onto the app. During the optimization process, you will see a preview of your photos, and a rolling counter with the amount of disk space you are saving.
Don’t compromise on quality!
JPEGmini is a tool intended for professional photographers who are constantly challenged by the bloated file sizes of photos and the constraints it puts on them.
JPEGmini Help: http://help.jpegmini.com/
JPEGmini technology: www.jpegmini.com/main/technology
• Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
A wonderful space savings
I was astonished at first at the space savings, without image quality loss. Now, years later, JPEG mini is a regular part of my workflow with images.
Today, it shaved an 1800-file JPG collection from 3.6GB to only 1.7GB, saving me a LOT of upload time!
I wish I could it act as a plugin for Apple’s Photos app, as that would likely save me 10GB on the first day.
I was skeptical, but it just works
When JPEGmini first came out, I couldn’t believe the space savings. Years of use have made it a solid part of my photo export workflow. Very, very happy with the results.
Do not throw in Photos library to JPEGmini if you use iCloud photo library.
If you do that, JPEGmini will optimize photos in the library anyway, but Photos will not know the fact that photos were optimized by an external application. As a result you will face a huge duplication problem after a Time machine recovery or an OS X migration transfer, when Photos fails to match local photos (optimized) with remote photos (not optimized) on Apple’s server. Since Photos will recognize them as different sets of photos, you will have a doubled library with local photos being uploaded and remote photos being downloaded. To sort out the mess, you will have to manually select each duplicated photo in Photos app, which will be nearly impossible when you have tens of thosands photos. To avoid this unwanted situation with Photos optimized, you have either (1) not to use iCloud photo library at all; or (2) to import photos elsewhere before optimizing them and then to add to Photos library. And both respectively have issues. For the latter, you should turn off iCloud photo library on the iPhone and use a third-party utility to import photos from it. As El Capitan added extension APIs for Photos app, I wish JPEGmini would address this issue somehow in near future.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.