Imsanity automatically resizes huge image uploads. Are contributors uploading huge photos? Tired of manually scaling? Imsanity to the rescue!
This is a MUST have plugin, I had a user who uploaded 20M pictures and didn't know why his site was showing that slow
This is a great plugin that I don't know what I would do without.
My bad for not already leaving a review on this. I needed support today (Sunday), and the plugin author actually helped me on the weekend! I truly wasn't expecting that.
It wasn't a problem with the plugin. It was a server config issue.
Great plugin. If you don't have it already - get it!
Imsanity is on my list of "must have" plugins for MultiSite, and I love how the author has options specifically designed for MultiSite.
Beyond that, the author is skilled and responsive to issues.
Thanks for a fantastic plugin!
I try few plugins to reduce size of images before. Imsanity is the best.
Es el mejor plugin que he probado para reducir el peso y las dimensiones de las imagenes.
Y que al ir a donar algo al autor la donacion sea para una ong, ya es para quitarse el sombrero.
Wonderful Plugin! One of the best. but..
if would plugin can convert images to the progressive jpegs it would just awesome.
progressive jpegs much faster loading and speed up the site. and quality the same.
Working just fine.
After moving a client's blog to a new server, I discovered that the Jetpack plugin's Photon and Tiled Galleries functions were producing broken images. After some research, I found that it was because the large original image files were taking too long to upload to Photon's servers. (They timeout after 10 sec.)
The images were "insanely" large, so reducing their size wouldn't be a problem for layout, but I was looking at hundreds of existing images. On top of that, I couldn't expect my client to resize all of their images before uploading the the future.
I searched for a plugin to ease my woes, found Imsanity, ran the bulk resizer, and now everything works beautifully. Thank you!!
Set it once and it works silently or choose bulk resize. Very handy.
...as simple as that.
Found some huge image files/mistakes from early days - one was reduced from 8000 px / 11MB to 1200 px/ 300k. Guess it saved me about 250 MB of disk space.
(Fun and useful feature: How much saved by shrinking the images?)
Great plugin, recommended!
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