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Last updated May 18, 2020
optimize parameter automatically applies optimal quality compression to produce an output image with as much visual fidelity as possible, while minimizing the file size.
||Automatically applies optimal quality compression.|
||Output image quality will be similar to the input image quality.|
||More optimization is allowed. We attempt to preserve the visual quality of the input image.|
||Minor visual artefacts may be visible. This produces the smallest file.|
- Optimize is currently supported by the following output formats:
- If the
qualityparameter is also provided, quality overrides optimize because it is more precise.
- Because optimize attempts to produce an output image with as much visual quality as possible while minimizing the file size, the operations applied are subject to change.
|Output an image with medium optimization.||
Advanced Examples (Combining Additional Parameters)
|Output a highly optimized JPEG. For browsers that support WebP output a highly optimized WebP image.||