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  • Ticket #57003, comment 2

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    1212Nevertheless I think introducing some functionality to re-compress images and compare file sizes would be a nice addition. If an image is not ready-for-internet, the compressed copy would be quite smaller.
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    14 Perhaps can try to set a threshold of how smaller the new file must be in order to "archive" the original and use the newly created image instead. Of course it should still err on the side of quality, i.e. the image created by WP should be significantly slammer in file size, perhaps > 30%.
     14Perhaps can try to set a threshold of how smaller the new file must be in order to "archive" the original and use the newly created image instead. Of course it should still err on the side of quality, i.e. the image created by WP should be significantly smaller in file size, perhaps > 30%.
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    1616Having said all that, adding one more "processing" of uploaded images would slow down the overall process. Perhaps it won't introduce more uploads failures as only smaller images will be processed, but still thinking something like this will be best to implement after WP can make image sub-sizes "on the fly". Ideally this functionality will be dependent on removing the image post-processing bottleneck.