ArtOptimizer
ArtOptimizer
3.1.6

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ArtOptimizer free download for Mac

ArtOptimizer3.1.6

19 June 2020

Reduces size of linked images in Illustrator.

Overview

ArtOptimizer is a workflow automation solution for Adobe Illustrator which works with Photoshop to reduce Illustrator link size, perform essential image adjustments, and convert image formats. ArtOptimizer is a perfect solution for both print, web design and publishing on mobile devices. The app allows you to dramatically reduce the size of Illustrator job, accelerate output, cut down on processing time and reduce production costs.

Features
  • Reduce link size and optimize resolution:
    • ArtOptimizer will automatically reduce the image resolution, scale and crop the images in Photoshop according to their dimensions in the Illustrator document and the target resolution specified, and reimport them to Illustrator at 100%.
  • Perform essential image adjustments:
    • Convert colors
    • Apply sharpening filters
    • Merge layers and delete hidden ones
    • Convert between JPEG, PSD, TIFF, and other formats automatically
  • Convert image formats
    • Convert between JPEG, PSD, TIFF, and other formats automatically
    • Embed/unembed color profiles
  • Advanced options
    • Batch process Illustrator files
    • Run Photoshop actions
    • Process specific Illustrator layers
    • Optimize images for external use such as web design without relinking to Illustrator

What's new in ArtOptimizer

Version 3.1.6:
  • fixed: Fixed an issue in which the links list was empty after analyzing if an error occurred when reading metadata of a TIFF or PSD file.
  • improved: ArtOptimizer now checks for a bizzarre rare issue where the serial number appears to be multiplied into several paragraphs during activation.

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1 Reviews of ArtOptimizer

Tim27
09 July 2013
Version: 2.7

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Does anyone actually use this anymore? $120 is pretty steep for something that simply reduces image size. You can do that with an automation action in Photoshop.
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Tim27
09 July 2013
Version: 2.7
Does anyone actually use this anymore? $120 is pretty steep for something that simply reduces image size. You can do that with an automation action in Photoshop.
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