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Optimized JPEG Filetype (2017-06-08)

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Hello, thanks for this but it's not working for me. I just dropped the two files under C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\FileTypes\

I can tell it's not working because the filesize is the same whether p.net starts with the two files or without. Also, when I run the files through jpegtran.exe they get smaller, so the optimization wasn't applied. (I'm opening random jpg files and using 'save as')

I checked with ProcessExplorer and under p.net's NET assemblies tab I see OptimizedJPEG.dll, so it is loaded. I'm using version 3.5.10 under win7 x64. Any ideas ?

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Hello, thanks for this but it's not working for me. I just dropped the two files under C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\FileTypes\

I can tell it's not working because the filesize is the same whether p.net starts with the two files or without. Also, when I run the files through jpegtran.exe they get smaller, so the optimization wasn't applied. (I'm opening random jpg files and using 'save as')

I checked with ProcessExplorer and under p.net's NET assemblies tab I see OptimizedJPEG.dll, so it is loaded. I'm using version 3.5.10 under win7 x64. Any ideas ?

Have you installed the required Visual C++ runtime?

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Have you installed the required Visual C++ runtime?

Yes, I'm positive there is no problem there.

I hope someone else posts if it's working for them or not. (Does it matter that I'm on x64 ?)

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(Does it matter that I'm on x64 ?)

No, it would not.

Added a check box to enable or disable the optimization, file version updated to 1.0.0.1.

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Where would that checkbox be ? :unimpressed:

If it was working for me, anyway :)

Under the Quality slider.

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Well, took me a few years, but I finally saw that it adds a new file type "Optimized jpeg" which I have to select ....  

 

Thanks :smile:

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I really have to thank you for this Plug-in. As an owner of a SONY Bravia smart TV that wont display standard JPEG's, I tried your Plug-in to convert a few, to test and wonders of wonders it worked a treat thanks again.

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Reduced file size when saving gray scale images.
Fixed an issue with spaces in the temp directory path.

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