MK Net.Work

Volume Optimization, Acceleration and Cost Reduction Software Solutions
for Microsoft, IBM and other Messaging and Collaboration Platforms

Examples of Natively Optimized Picture Files

Our image file native optimization feature preserves, by default, the original dimensions of the images.

It can also, optionally, and based on product parameters, automatically reduce the dimensions of images exceeding given limits...  Learn more about image resizing...

It can also, optionally, and based on product parameters, automatically reduce the dimensions of images exceeding given limits...  Close the image resizing section

For instance, all pictures with dimensions exceeding HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) can be resized smaller (automatically, or upon user confirmation for our user-side software) to fit into a HD frame, boosting the optimization volume reduction ratios to value up to 90% or even more.

Recent smartphone cameras produce by default 3840 x 2160 pixel (4K) pictures. Such 4K pictures are 4 times larger than the typical Windows user HD (1920 x 1080) displays.

Digital reflex cameras are able to produce pictures up to 7,360 x 4,912 pixel wide (or even more), more than 17 times the surface of a HD display!

When attached to emails or uploaded to collaboration servers, these very large picture files consume significant amounts of network bandwidth, storage space and server disk IOs.

They can take time to upload and download, particularly on busy networks or with busy collaboration servers.

img004.jpg displayed on a HD display compared to the real dimensions of the image:

Image viewers (like the Windows Photo viewer or the email client image file previewers) automatically resize such image to full screen, generally HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) at max, or for the email attached image file previewers, to even far smaller dimensions.

And this is fortunate, else users would have to zoom out many times to display the complete image at screen.

Email and collaboration platform users most often never display such large image in their native dimensions (2 to 4 times larger and 2 to 4 times higher than their HD displays).

Thus, precious network, storage, server I/O and CPU resources are consumed for no benefit. And sending, receiving and processing such large image files takes time, for nothing.

img005.jpg displayed on a HD display compared to the real dimensions of the image:

Our optimization solutions, by enabling the automatic resizing of largest images deliver incredible levels of network bandwidth and storage savings while increasing the performance of your email and collaboration platforms.

Volume reduction ratios exceeding 90% are common when activating the resizing option. (You will find the detailed numbers for the 3 images of this section in the optimization examples listed further in this page).

This means that such optimized image files are sent and received 10 times faster and consume only one tenth of the network bandwidth, storage, I/O and CPU resources that would have been required to process the the non-optimized files!

img001.jpg displayed on a HD display compared to the real dimensions of the image:

On a company-wide scale, this results in terabytes of network bandwidth and storage saved, in better overall performance and agility of your email and collaboration platforms, and also in lowered operating costs and user satisfaction improvement.

Optimization Photo #1 (img001.jpg):

Original image file:
img001-original.jpg
4668 x 3112 pixels
4 690 355 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img001-optimized.jpg
4668 x 3112 pixels
1 349 429 bytes
  • 29%
  • 4%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #2 (img002.jpg):

Original image file:
img002-original.jpg
4928 x 3264 pixels
5 625 258 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img002-optimized.jpg
4928 x 3264 pixels
2 199 326 bytes
  • 39%
  • 6%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #3 (img003.jpg):

Original image file:
img003-original.jpg
5616 x 3744 pixels
13 299 828 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img003-optimized.jpg
5616 x 3744 pixels
4 476 375 bytes
  • 34%
  • 3%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #4 (img004.jpg):

Original image file:
img004-original.jpg
4288 x 2848 pixels
5 498 234 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img004-optimized.jpg
4288 x 2848 pixels
2 182 645 bytes
  • 40%
  • 5%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #5 (img005.jpg):

Original image file:
img005-original.jpg
5184 x 3456 pixels
7 398 160 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img005-optimized.jpg
5184 x 3456 pixels
3 241 680 bytes
  • 44%
  • 6%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #6 (img006.jpg):

Original image file:
img006-original.jpg
1920 x 1200 pixels
1 381 569 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img006-optimized.jpg
1920 x 1200 pixels
453 890 bytes
  • 33%
  • 25%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #7 (img007.jpg):

Original image file:
img007-original.jpg
5184 x 3456 pixels
16 002 207 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img007-optimized.jpg
5184 x 3456 pixels
5 517 690 bytes
  • 34%
  • 4%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:

Optimization Photo #8 (img008.jpg):

Original image file:
img008-original.jpg
3600 x 2400pixels
2 431 741 bytes
  • 100%
Our native image optimization process has reduced the size of the original jpg file by

%

%

Download the original and the optimized pictures files by clicking on the miniatures. Compare them, you won’t see any rendering difference, even when zooming or printing them!
Optimized image file:
img008-optimized.jpg
3600 x 2400 pixels
1 059 225 bytes
  • 44%
  • 9%
Dimensions of the optimized picture:
 

Image Optimization Results – Summary

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