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    What graphic crunchers do you use?

    I'm considering lisencing the Spinwave software. Have any of you had any experince with them?

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    i use photoshop 6's "save for web" (i.e. imageready 2.0) and a lot of careful tweaking of the settings...
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    Fireworks MX does a very good job on this. (slicing and optimizing)
    Detail is KING.

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    Photoshop and Fireworks.

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    photographer's power toys

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    Photoshop, Fireworks, Freehand... They are good for web and press...
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    Definitely use "Save for Web" in Photoshop. Work with the settings and you can achieve some remarkably low file sizes without losing much clarity. I use it with the historical image archive I work with and I keep images easily below 60K and they still look great.


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