I suppose the reason I didn't go the preview route is that I'm a bit
annoyed that GIMP doesn't remember that I've changed that setting to 75
every single time I've made a JPG. Now that you suggest it, I could run a
test and see if GIMP's apparent 85 default really does/doesn't make a
significant difference in file size compared to the number I prefer. If the
two yield similar results, I can just accept the fact that GIMP won't adapt
to a user's work pattern (grrrr, don't like that idea) and let it save all
JPG files at 85.


(PS Cool sig)

On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 4:34 PM, Johnny Rosenberg <gurus.knu...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Why not just look at the preview yourself and make your own opinion?
> My experience is that at high numbers (maybe 90 and above, depends on
> the image), every little change means a big change in file size but a
> little visible change in the image. On the other hand, at low numbers,
> say 50 or lower, this also depends on the image, every little change
> means a big change in image quality but only a little change in file
> size. Just fiddle with the numbers yourself, looking at the preview at
> a reasonable zoom level, and you will get close to the optimal
> compromise between file size and image quality.
> Kind regards
> Johnny Rosenberg
> ジョニー・ローゼンバーグ
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