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Kraken Image Optimizer

Optimize your images with blazing speed

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Generates responsive images so you don't have to optimize

Piio automatically generates real-time responsive images for your website visitors and delivers them at maximum speed. (lazy loading feature included)

* Extremely easy setup like any other lazy loading library

* No need to change storage

* No need to use URL parameters

* No maintenance after integration

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Insanely good PNG image optimization

Crunch is a free, open source macOS GUI application that is built on pngquant and zopflipng PNG image optimization. It uses a lossy approach to PNG image optimization. The tool is available through Homebrew as a native macOS application.

`$ brew cask install crunch`

Image examples + compression ratio analysis available on the Github repository README.

MIT license.

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Insane PNG image optimization

Crunch is a free, open source application for PNG image optimization.

The v2.0 release includes:

- New command line executable support for use on any *nix machine

- Parallel image processing support

Thanks to the Product Hunters who made recommendations in the v1.0 announcement threads that led to these improvements!

MIT License

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Make karaoke out of any song with AI powered vocal remover

Effectively removing vocals from music was never an easy business. We are changing this once and for all. PhonicMind is a first vocal remover that really works. With PhonicMind you can quickly produce high quality karaoke tracks out of any songs you like.

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Convert HEIC images to JPEG or PNG on macOS

HEIC Converter is free macOS app to quickly batch convert HEIC images to JPEG or PNG. It's very fast and can convert 100 images in 6 seconds. Requires macOS 10.13

HEIC is Apple’s new default image format in iOS 11 replacing JPEG. HEIC uses more advanced and modern compression methods to achieve much smaller file sizes with the same visual quality.

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HEIC is Apple's new default image format in iOS 11, replacing JPEG. HEIC uses more advanced and modern compression methods to achieve much smaller file sizes with the same visual quality...
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Compress, optimize and resize your images. Fast.

Pichi is a Mac app for quickly optimizing and resizing PNGs and JPEGs. We wanted to speed up our daily workflow by making image optimization faster. The UI is minimal and options kept to the bare minimum. Turn on the drag UI in the prefs and use the app when it's closed by holding a modifier when dragging images in Finder ⏱💪

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The best image optimization practices made simple

Lepto is an automated image Editor, Optimizer, and Analyzer via CLI and a web interface.

This tool is intended for developers who want to produce performant websites with ease.

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The Practical Dev
The main purpose of this tool is to automate image optimization and analysis This project is recent, so use it with care, I'm listening to all feedback (we can talk via twitter, don't follow me I never tweet). What is the difference with ImageMin?
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All your photos. Compressed with AI.

PixelDrive uses AI to compress photos down to as little as 10% of their original size without compromising on quality or resolution. Users can link their existing Dropbox storage account (with Google Drive coming soon), and compress all photos stored on those platforms.

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Forbes
Bandwidth has a knack for being late to the party. Back when the internet was still a research project at the Department of Defense, we needed floppy disks to make file sharing a reality between individual computers.
VentureBeat
Typical compression schemes strip data away from files, and when it comes to photos, the results are often splotches, color banding, and other unpleasant artifacts. Try this experiment: Take a snapshot with your smartphone and upload it to Facebook or Twitter. Download the uploaded (and now compressed) image from the web and compare it to the original.
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