How to optimize png image in command line mode

How to optimize png format image in command line mode? The answer is Optipng ,Optipng is a simple and useful tool for optimizing png image runs in command line mode.

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Squash -tool for resizing images in a batch mode

008_softSquash can adjust pictures' size in batch mode at the same time,it is really very convenient for user who offen need to deal with plenty of pictures. Squash, I felt it deals with the pictures very quickly, as a result of Squash supports multithreading features. In addition, the Squash also support cross-platform, whether it is Linux users, or Windows and Mac users can use it.

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Peach:a next Open Movie after Elephants Dream

2006,"Blender"this name raised a big dimple within the Computer Graphics Field and the CG Animation Field: a project(orange) calls Open Movie achieved a 3d movie -Elephants Dream with Blender,and offered to download and watch for free.This movie was completely made with Open Source software,none of commercial software (eg,Photoshop,Maya,Pixar's RenderMan, Shake...) were involved in .

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GIMP Tutorial - The User Interface

A serials video tutorial for Gimp from Youtube,this is the first chapter-The User Interface:

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Liquid Rescale-a powerful and fun plugin for Gimp

Liquid Rescale plugin for Gimp,it is a fantastic plugin ,it Keeps the features of the image while rescaling a picture along a single direction.See the video,you will say cool!

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