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10th January 2013, 07:19 AM |#2  
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might come in handy. i like to take pics in 8mp but i have then shrink them to send them to people from my pc.
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I'll add PNG support soon.
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PNG support added!
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Image search path is now configurable via settings, please rate it!
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Looks good! What does the 'optimise' option do exactly?
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does this compress the file cause compressing can degrade the image right?
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how much we do lost of the original quality in compression? what's the compression ratio?
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Very nice.

Would be nice to have the following feature set;

1. Preview of Before & After.
2. Set a different output folder/name, not touching the originals until.
3. Send/Share output - take the original and optimize it before sharing it in email/bluetooth/facebook...

Also time stamp is quite a big issue.
If you can't preserve modified file, make sure that you keep the EXIF fields so that it could be fixed according to that.
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