JPEGmini is a fantastic application that’s become a go-to tool for many photographers who want to put their content on the web – or those that just want to save hard drive space. Even though we’re pretty much all on broadband these days, optimising the file sizes of our websites, especially when it comes to images and video, is still a priority to keep them loading quickly. And, well, that’s where JPEGmini steps in.
It’s a popular tool, and it even works as a plugin from directly within Photoshop, Lightroom and Capture One. It also supports video. Its primary goal is to minimise the number of bytes your content uses up while keeping as much of the original quality as possible. The newest release, JPEGmini 3.5 focuses on the video features, bringing resizing, improved file support, and better performance.