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It uses image format specific non-lossy image optimization tools to squeeze the last bytes out of your images - without changing their look or visual quality.


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12 Comments

  • Andreas says:

    I usally use optipng on my local machine but smush.it is a great complement! Super easy to use! Everyone who cares about frontend performence should check it out.

  • RobertDM says:

    very nice! I'll be using this to check my designs to quickly filter out images that are optimized inefficiently. I normally use the traditional "save for the web" function in PS. I checked a few of my sites and noticed that for most images smush it only generates very minor improvements (ranging from no savings to 2%, so PS isn't doing it all that bad), but it does fliter out the poorly optimized ones quite quickly. Specially when using the firefox plugin, so yes, it's definitly usefull as a quick "second opinion" :-)

  • RobertDM says:

    as far as the name goes: good thing they put the dot in smush.it, because when I pasted the url in Firefox I couldn't help but read it as smu shit! :-) (but that's probaly just my filthy mind)

  • Also to note (from their FAQ) they have a simple to use API and they plan on releasing the source code shortly. Good news for anyone working with lots of images.

  • Aldrik says:

    Interesting, but I prefer to process images locally. I was suprized they didn't use advdef as it's the best lossless PNG compressor about.

  • Robert Nyman says:

    It is well recommended!

    Aaron,

    Great, thanks for pointing that out!

    Aldrik,

    They do have an API, though, so that approach might be an option. What I like about is that JPEG, PNG and GIF compressing is all combined into one place.

  • I was really impressed by smush.it, especially their Firefox extension, that makes everything a breeze. More people in web development need to take file sizes seriously.

    Unfortunately, I don't get to smush that much, since our gfxguy is just AWESOME at reducing file sizes, while maintaining image quality. :)

  • Oh, I forgot to mention that an upcoming API will certainly be appreciated.

    One wonders how they're going to be paying for the insane amounts of traffic though :-)

  • Robert Nyman says:

    Morgan,

    Lucky you then! Few get to work with people like that. :-)

    In regards to traffic, perhaps Yahoo! are helping out there, or some other kind of sponsorship.

  • grosser says:

    http://github.com/grosser/smusher/

    commandline tool to automatically optimize whole folders of images, through smush.it api

  • Robert Nyman says:

    grosser,

    Great, thanks for the tip!

  • Conrad Chu says:

    I created a new service called punypng (http://www.gracepointafterfive.com/punypng)

    I think it delievers some pretty impressive results when compared to the other tools out there. Head to head, it gives you more bytes. Give it a try.

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