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I’ve used pngcrush to reduce the size of PNGs produced by Photoshop. It’d be neat if there was a plug-in for Photoshop that ran pngcrush automatically on PNGs when saving them for the web.

Is there such a thing? Is such a thing possible? (I don’t know what limits there are on what Photoshop plug-ins can do.)

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There are two such options: One free and one payware

SuperPNG is freeware PNGoutwin is payware

Better yet use R.I.O.T. albeit not from within photoshop. No interwebs access required per use.

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As far as I can tell, PNGoutwin isn’t a Photoshop plugin. But SuperPNG looks great. –  Paul D. Waite Sep 16 '10 at 12:12

No there's no such plugin for Adobe Photoshop. Why don`t you use Smush.it ?

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Looks worth comparing with pngcrush. It’d be nice to have something baked into the Photoshop saving workflow. –  Paul D. Waite Dec 8 '09 at 21:10

There are several available today, these are some of the more well known:

Most of these are paid, with the exception of SuperPNG, which is free. But the other ones have various interesting options which SuperPNG doesn't have.

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