(2014/03/05 12:23), Cley Faye wrote:
That looks very promising, but, please forgive the stupid question, how
do you use it?
I downloaded the thing (whatever a "jar" may be) and when I click on it,
a window opens,
2014-02-28 2:16 GMT+01:00 Cley Faye <email@example.com>:
If anyone want to give it a try here's the jar. It's highly unlikely to
corrupt your source file (the source file is never ever written), but
there's also no guarantee that the output will work ;)
asking me about the desired image quality.
But I do not know, how to specify source and/or target files.
How do you do that?
As said, it should not damage anything; the worst outcome possible is the
output file being incorrect, so as long as you don't choose to save over an
existing file, you should be safe to try. If there is a high demand I might
keep on improving the code... :-) maybe also expand it with more tools,
like basic recovery of damaged files, things like that.
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