Save JPEG: how to see the old/new file size and image?

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Save JPEG: how to see the old/new file size and image?

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When i save a JPEG file, i just can specify a "Quality" (%) but i can not see the old and the new file size, as well can not see the image difference (what i would lose), can't i ?..

How to see the both old (original) / new (will be saved) file sizes of JPEG file?
How to see the both old (original) image / new (will be saved) image simulaneously [in two modes "Fit to half a widnow / fit to half a widnow" and "No fit / no fit (i.e. 1:1 / 1:1)"] to evaluate visual quality ?

FYI: I use Linux (X11) version 1.70 of XnView under Ubuntu Linux.

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Re: Save JPEG: how to see the old/new file size and image?

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Hello vedavrata :-)

XnView v1.70 for Linux is no longer under active development, but the new multi-platform edition of XnView has this kind of feature (Tools » Export).
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Re: Save JPEG: how to see the old/new file size and image?

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XnTriq wrote: XnView v1.70 for Linux is no longer under active development, but the new multi-platform edition of XnView has this kind of feature (Tools » Export).
Thank you, friend! :-)
I installed the multi-platform edition of XnView (XnViewMP), and it seems to be great!
But this Tools » Export is available only from "Browser mode", but i can not forced it to work from "File mode", :( neither by the Toolbar, nor by Shortcut keys (Ctrl-Alt-S)... :-(

Thank you very much!
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