Key Features of Image Compressor
Image Compressor, as the name suggests, is mainly used to compress images that are too heavy to be sent through a normal email attachment. A compressor basically takes out a few pixels without affecting the quality of the image, thus reducing the size of the image. This makes it easier for both the sender and the receiver, as it saves money and time. Here are a few useful features of this product.
Tools to View Images
This program helps you to view images from separate devices directly onto your system without the need to be copied. It is compatible with numerous digital SLR image files, nearly 50 main types or formats. You can rotate an image without compromising on the quality, and zoom and flip (vertical or horizontal) respectively. You can easily view photos of 3 mega pixels or more--a feature not commonly found on most image compressors.
This tool lets you select the best of two chosen photographs based on its side-by-side and scientific comparative modes. In the side-by-side mode, you can compare any two photographs by placing them next to each other. This is helpful in that you can pan to an area in one picture and the other picture is also in the same area, so you can compare the two.
The scientific comparison mode is helpful for professionals and it gives a complete analysis of the chosen two photographs.
This is a tool that helps you to protect your picture from being used without authority or permission (in other words, illegally). There are two ways of watermarking an image. You can either watermark your image with text or you can do the same with another appropriate image, called image-based watermarking.
Image Compressor has many other features apart from the ones mentioned above, making it a great product for professionals.