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Save for Web allows to find compromise between minimal file size and acceptable quality of image quickly. While adjusting various settings, you may explore how image quality and file size change. Options to reduce file size of an image include setting compression quality, number or colors, resizing, cropping, Exif information removal, etc.

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Hi, I'm trying to batch process with this plugin too. Has anyone had success with it? Thanks!

Here is the Swedish (sv) translation for Save for web http://home.danielnylander.se/translations/save-for-web.sv.po

First of all, great plug-in!

Anyway, I used to use Macromedia Fireworks and missed some features for web optimisation that it has. So I was wondering if you could implement it on your plug-in. Here're the features:

  1. Batch processing for multiple files to be saved for web.
  2. Transparency options: No Transparency, Index Transparency, & Alpha Transparency.
  3. Matte colour for the Transparency option.

It would be great if we could have these options.

Thanks for the plug-in, though!

Regards,
Giraldi Maggio

Just incase anyone got here from a search for "matte colour photoshop gif transparency", the matte option for blending partially transparent pixels with another colour to greate a gif with transparency that sits nicely on a coloured background, rather than the jagged edge of white non antialiased pixels.

The plugin for this job is available from the menu (gimp 2.6)
Filters->Web->Semi-Flatten

-Chose the background colour for this in the toolbox (foreground/background colour choice).

One thing to note is that this filter (as with other filters) applies to the selected layer, so you will have to blend layers down (right-click), or apply the filter to each layer.

Yes. indeed, this plug-in is very much useful. Thank you so much.

Does this plugin work with the latest (2.6.0) gimp?

it's working for me

Very useful . Since allowing more and reduce the load time for large quantities .

http://gimper.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1498 For both PPC and Intel. I have yet to try either.

Tried the PPC version with Gimp 2.4.7 on Mac OS 10.4. Works perfectly.

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