What is jStrip?
jStrip works by removing unneeded data from JPEG files. This data is unused by web browsers and image viewing software. jStrip does not re-compress an image, so there is no image quality loss.
jStrip removes the following from JPEG files:
EXIF Data (optionally)
JFIF Header (optionally)
Photoshop Image Resource Block (optionally)
ICC color profile
Adobe APP14 tag (optionally)
XMP data (optionally)
Extra bytes at end of file
Extra bytes or header at beginning of file
Extra bytes between JPEG blocks
Application-specific APPx blocks
Any other unknown blocks in the JPEG files
jStrip also has the following features:
Option to retain original time-stamp of modified files
Ability to process a single file, or batch processing, including recursing a folder tree
Option to attempt to clear read-only bit
Includes a full help file
Allows browsing and processing of UNC paths
A command line version for batch processing
Can change case of filenames, and change %20 and underscores to spaces in filenames
jStrip's official site is no longer accessible, but it has been archived by Archive.org: https://web.archive.org/web/20150516175309/http://davidcrowell.com/jstrip
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- Developed by David Crowell
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