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Please, explain in better terms. Did you mean sRGB rather than RGB? sRGB is a lower quality that looks better on desktop screens.

The best quality as far as pdn goes, would be png. You can save it in the 100 percent quality as a jpg and get good results to.

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In order save an image for reuse on the web we have to determine what the image is being used for.

Simple graphics and animations can be saved as a GIF.

More complex images can be saved as a PNG or optimized with OptiPNG to keep the file size down.

Photos should be saved as JPG for regular viewing, say on a webpage.

Archive quality images, where reproduction quality is required, should be saved as a PNG.

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You can also use a filetype plugin like OptiPNG to make lossless images at a smaller filesize.


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