What are you trying to do exactly? And are you sure you're working with JPEG? They're meant to be very small in size as it is. GIF, on the other hand, is a different story.
I don't know if this is the right section, but I am having touble with my files being to big.
Such as GIF, and JPEG.
I was wondering if there was a way to make it smaller without loosing. Quality?
I mean the KB~
I want to lower it without messing with the quality of the picture~
It really depends on the size of the pic. If it is a large image you have no choice but to either shrink it or loose quality. If you save a pic as a .jpeg and use a quality of 9-10 then you will shrink the file KB size about as much as possible without loosing too much quality (only a few artifacts should be able to be seen). Also I am not sure why but sometimes in small images (such as an avatar) I get smaller results from a .png (crazy I know) so my suggestion is save the same file under different formats and see if that helps. That is about all you can do
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If your converting your pictures to a compress format (such as GIF to JPEG) there will be some loss of quality. What you could do is store your GIF files in a compressed lossless format such as ZIP.... (But this means you either have to uncompress the archive before viewing, or if you have XP, use it's built in ZIP support to view archives...)
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