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Compress JPEG Images without Loss of Quality using JPEGMini

 

Most of the times when you copy images taken on digital camera to PC, you might have noticed that most of the them are around 5MB in size. This makes them impossible to share them through emails. JPEGMini is a nice free web service, which allows you to compress JPEG images without loss of quality. Ability to reduce the size without any change in quality is one of the best features of this free website. You can create an account to compress multiple images or even compress without creating an account.

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All you need to do is to select the photos from your PC. You can select the photo which you want to compress and the tool will upload it online and then compress the image. Once the task is complete, you can easily check the original image with the compressed one.

Photo size reduced

The app will show the actual file size and the reduced file size. You can download the image back to your PC. You can sign up for a free account with JPEGMini to create your own albums online. You can even share your files on Picasa and Flickr.

JPEGMini is a wonderful tool to reduce the image size without reducing the quality.

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Compress JPEG Images without Loss of Quality using JPEGMini
Nirmal
Wed, 14 Sep 2011 17:51:03 GMT

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