New: JPEGmini Pro now supports photos up to 128MP!

JPEGmini Pro

The Photo Optimization Tool
Trusted by Thousands of Image Perfectionists

Get the smallest image file size without compromising quality or changing your workflow.

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Maximum Quality,
Minimum File Size

Using patented image optimization technology, JPEGmini Pro reduces the file size of your photos significantly (up to 80%), while preserving their full resolution and quality.

Drag, Drop, Done

Simply drag the photos or folders you’d like to optimize and drop them into JPEGmini. Yeah, it's that easy.





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Fits Into Your Workflow

JPEGmini Pro includes a plug-in for Adobe® Lightroom® and a Photoshop® extension! When you export your photos directly from Lightroom or Photoshop, they will be automatically be optimized by JPEGmini to the lowest file size possible without ever sacrificing quality.

Minimum Requirements:
Adobe Lightroom 5 / Photoshop: CC 2015.1

Enhanced Performance

JPEGmini Pro supports high-resolution photos, up to 128 Megapixels, covering all your photography needs from the world's leading camera brands, panorama shots and collages.

It also utilizes all CPU cores in your computer simultaneously, crunching your photos at amazingly high speeds, so you can get your work done in no time.

JPEGmini Pro Features

128 Megapixels

Support high-resolution photos from the world's leading camera brands.

Lightroom Plugin

Fits perfectly in your workflow, enabling you to optimize photos without adding any extra steps.

Photoshop® Extension

One click export button. Super easy, super fast.

Cross Platform

Available on both Mac and PC's.

Multicore Processing

Optimize your photos at amazingly high speeds, so you can get your work done in no time.

Simple to Use

Drag, drop, done. It's that easy.

Batch Resize

Drag and drop any amount of photos and have them resized to your specifications.

Multiple Export & Resize

Select different output sizes for the same folder of photos in the same session.

The File Doesn't Change

Your optimized photo remains a JPEG. The only thing that changes is the file size.

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