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MozJPEG reduces file sizes of JPEG images while retaining quality and compatibility with the vast majority of the world's deployed decoders.MozJPEG is based on libjpeg-turbo. It's compatible with libjpeg API and ABI, and can be used as a drop-in replacement for libjpeg. MozJPEG makes tradeoffs that are intended to benefit Web use cases and focuses solely on improving encoding, so it's best used as part of a Web encoding workflow.
Leanify is a lightweight lossless file minifier/optimizer. It removes unnecessary data (debug information, comments, metadata, etc.) and recompress the file to reduce file size. It will not reduce image quality at all. I'm not respossible for any consequence of using Leanify.
Image resizing, cropping and compression on the fly with the impressive MozJPEG compression algorithm. One Docker container to build your own Cloudinary-like service.You pass the image URL and a set of keys with options, like size or compression. Flyimg will fetch the image, convert it, store it, cache it and serve it. The next time the request comes, it will serve the cached version.
Batch jpg, jpeg and png image resizer, optimiser and image profiler using ImageMagick convert, OptiPNG, JpegOptim and optional Mozilla MozJPEG, ZopfliPNG and Google Guetzli (work in progress for Guetzli). Profile original images via script's profile flag and pass the directory path to the directory containing the images you want to optimise /home/nginx/domains/domain.com/public/images. This is your baseline to compare resizing and optimisations applied to images using above default variable parameters.
The awesome JPEG minifying power of mozjpeg wrapped up as a .pipe friendly node duplex stream. Grab flying pugs over http and automagically minify them with mozjpeg before letting them near your hard drive.