Why is image resizing necessary?
In working with image files, you may discover that certain images can achieve very good image quality at the expense of file compactness. While some users might not have a problem with this, others are limited by space, upload times, and other restrictions. For this reason, it may be necessary to resize the images in order to make them smaller.
How does image resizing work?
Image resizing, also referred to as compression, is a process by which the data in an image file is reorganized so that it can be stored more compactly. Depending on the file format, the algorithms that are used can differ, and this affects both the level of compression and the quality of the result. PDF files are optimal in this sense, as they allow you to achieve high rates of compression rates while preserving quality.
Choosing a good image resizer
Because it is important to maximize the quality of your results, you should be careful about choosing a good program for resizing. One tool that is widely recommended is PdfCompressor from CVISION. Depending on the original file, this program can reduce images to up to a hundredth of their original size, while preserving excellent quality. To try out PdfCompressor, download the free trial version that is available for immediate use.