Tinypng Photoshop Plugin Full Version
Tinypng Photoshop Plugin Full Version ---> https://urlin.us/2t9Syv
I have been using Photoshop CC 2018 and have installed the Windows plugin. I still use my old version of Aperture but I am now using Affinity Photo for my post processing. I have tested the plugin in both but have only used Affinity Photo. The plugin doesn't allow you to adjust the level of sharpening or noise reduction, you can only specify the output size in pixels. However, I still use a frequency filter to remove jaggies. I would recommend using a frequency filter as a secondary step and only apply the plugin when you're happy with your results.
The plugin is very simple. It will allow you to choose an output size and then ask the plugin to sharpen your image. There are a few controls at the top of the dialog, these are shown in the screenshot above. The amount of sharpen is selected at the top. This is the amount of detail that you want in your output image. To the left of this is the output size. You can choose any size from 100 x 100 pixels to 1280 x 800 pixels. The default is a size of 1280 x 800 pixels. Below this are the Sharpness & Blur controls. The sharpness setting is at it's most extreme and is selected by default. You can decrease the sharpen amount to help reduce the pixel noise in your image or increase it to add more detail.
If you need to do a lot of Photoshop work on your computer then a faster reloading method is to start an external monitor (e.g. via a VGA connection to your computer). This means you can leave your computer for a while and still work on your project.
I currently use Affinity Photo to make quick duplicates of a large number of images, often in the order of 10,000. TinyPNG alone would take too long to process them all at once. I have started doing some research into the best ways of processing them, I will update this post when I have a potential recommendation.
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