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Re: [libreoffice-users] Can Libreoffice Compress a PNG file?


Den fre 24 apr. 2020 kl 08:22 skrev Luuk <luuk34@gmail.com>:

>
> On 23-4-2020 06:06, Musical Neptunian wrote:
> > I make Twitch emotes in GIMP. They cannot be more than 25 Mb or Twitch
> > rejects them. I found a tutorial somewhere that said that Libreoffice
> has a
> > png compression tool. But when I put my png into LibreOffice I got a
> whole
> > load of symbol junk. So instead I used a free online tool that reduced my
> > png from 30 Kb to 7 Kb with no quality change. But could I have used
> > anything in Libreoffice to do this?
>
>
> I would never use LibreOffice for compressing images.
>
> use any tool found on the internet, like:
>
>
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/19153122/image-compression-tools-via-command-line


Luuk, perhaps you could explain just why you would never use a LibreOffice
too for compressing images. Doesn't the one suggested by Philip perform
satisfactorily ?...

Henri

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[libreoffice-users] Can Libreoffice Compress a PNG file?Musical Neptunian <secretelf77@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-users] Can Libreoffice Compress a PNG file?Luuk <luuk34@gmail.com>
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