Categories web-design PNG Minification Post author By lorg Post date 2009-09-14 4 Comments on PNG Minification Following Ned Batchelder’s advice I’ve used pngout to minify the png’s on my startup’s web page. It took them down from 641,281 bytes to 338,705. This is quite a nice return for the effort of a download and a single command line: for %i in (*.png) do pngout “%i” Tags optimization, png, web-site optimization ← Threat analysis, security by obscurity and WordPress → Privacy mode not so private 4 replies on “PNG Minification” Yes, but now it’s a little blurry ;) It’s blurry only because it’s downloading so fast ;) Seriously now: pngout is loss-less, and tries to find the minimal png that still preserves all original pixels. finally found your startup’s site (you should really have a link over here). Great idea, good luck! rouli: Thanks! Well, we’re still not publishing it, but the link is coming very soon :) Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.