Support » Plugin: EWWW Image Optimizer » Using API in non-cloud version

  • Resolved Claudio

    (@cla82limited)


    Hello,

    I’m considering to install EWWWio in my site, but I’m undecided if use the API or the standard free features. Here are my questions:

    – Can I use the API in the standard install or only in the Cloud version of the plugin?
    – Since I’m a photographer, I need to keep my images “pixel-perfect” while squeezing out every byte I can to grant fast loading time; is there a lot of difference between the standard Lossless compression and the Maximum Lossless compression unlocked by API purchase? Otherwise, is the Maximum Lossy compresson a viable option even if it doesn’t retain all the image quality? I’ve done some experimenting with TinyJPG and it seems almost ok, except for color gradients (like clean skies).
    – If I activate a CDN like Amazon CloudFront after installing EWWWio, will I run into some kind of compatibility issues?

    Thanks for your support.
    Best Regards
    Claudio

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/

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  • Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    You can use the API with both versions of the plugins. The difference between the free lossless and max lossless is 1-3% usually.

    There is quite a huge difference between lossless and lossy. On overage, TinyJPG saves 30-40% more than lossless compression. If you’re not quite satisfied with that, check out jpegmini.com, which is what we use for the regular lossy compression. It gets about 20-25% better than lossless, and is faster than TinyJPG.

    Lastly, there shouldn’t be any trouble using Cloudfront with EWWW IO.

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