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    What program is recomended for getting the most optimised (read: small) image sizes? I currently use photoshop but others say Image Ready and Fireworks will give far better results. Anyone?

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    photoshop is fine if you use "Save for Web" (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S)

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    I can't confirm this through personal experience but I've heard off several people that PaintShopPro kicks photoshops *** when it comesto jpeg and gif optimisation.

    The context it was in was not of ease or anything but apparently it encodes/compresses the image with cleaner algorithims.

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    I've heard that fireworks is best... but we're talking miniscule amounts. Photoshp/Imageready/Illustrator save for web is what I use and it suits me just fine.
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    I use photshop by the way and I agree. It's fine


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