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    Default Save pics with PNG and a specific compression level via command line option possible?

    Hello folks

    I am using the following command line options to capture a custom region and save it automatically to a specific directory and at the same in the clipboard with a JPEG-Quality 75%:

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\IrfanView\i_view32.exe" /capture=4 /resample /jpgq=75 /clipcopy /convert=H:\Screenshots\Screenshot - $U(%d.%m.%Y - %H.%M.%S).jpg

    Is there any command line which allows me to save the images with PNG and a specific compression level?

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    I think it will just use the current compression settings on the PNG save dialogue.

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    Hi and thanks for your answer.

    Unfortunately IrfanView doesn't use the current compression Level from the png Save dialoque...

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    Then try FastStone Capture. Version 5.3 is freeware and will do what you need.

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    We using IrfanView in our company, so it's not that easy to switch to another Software.

    Greets,
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