Image optimization Tool
What is AIOT ? Adical Image Optimization Tool (AIOT for short) is a image optimizer that will let you to visually adjust compression parameters while keeping minimum filesize.uses with a side by side (dual view) or single view interface to compare the original with the optimized image in real time and instantly see the resulting file size.
    • open many image types including rare/scientific types
    • save and optimize JPEG, GIF and PNG with a simple, clean user interface
    • automatic optimization selects the most suitable format and parameters
    • works in dual view: (original – optimized image) or single view (optimized image).
      automatic preview of resulting image
    • in-place compare function (alternativelly display the original image over the optimized image to notice small pixel changes)
    • compress files to desired filesize threshold
    • fast processing (all is done in memory);
      see instant results including resulting filesize
    • batch support (process multiple files at once)
    • transparency handling options
    • decide if you want to keep metadata (comments, IPTC, Adobe XMP, EXIF profiles, ICC profiles).
      Unsupported metadata is removed
    • transfer metadata between image formats (destination format must support them)
    • common tools: pan and zoom, rotate, flip
    • basic image adjustments: brightness, contrast, gamma, invert
    • visually reduce number of unique colors for PNG and GIF images in order to reduce filesize
      (two quantization methods are available: Xiaolin Wu and NeuQuant neural net)
    • resize image by using well known resample filters (ex: Lanczos3, Catmull Rom, Bicubic, and others)
    • out-of-the-box support for external PNG optimizers (optipng, pngout, etc)
    • the compression and the results are comparable to those of commercial products, even higher.
    • Adaptive logarithmic tone mapping algorithm (Drago) used for HDR images

The quality slider allows you to control the amount of JPEG , Gif, Png compression. A value of 100 means minimum compression, while a value of 1 means maximum compression.

The degree of compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and image quality.

JPEG typically achieves 10 to 1 compression with little perceivable loss in image quality.