From Dreamscape Software:
With a simple "point and click" interface, JPEGCompress gives you the ability to fine tune your photo's compression level while making sure your photo stays within your size and dimension requirements. JPEGCompress also supports Resizing, Cropping, Flipping and Rotating photos, as well as support for Core Image Effects. A Batch Processing Wizard is also available to assist in compressing, resizing, flipping, rotating and renaming more than 1 photo at a time.
What's new in this version:
- Drag and Drop Support for Multiple Files and Folders.
- Improved Finder Support for Image File Types.
- Core Image Effect Stacking.
- Improved Built-in Documentation Viewer
- Various Bug Fixes and Interface Enhancements.
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