When users download an image from Vidigami, it will be stripped of EXIF data to ensure content privacy. As a result, the file size of the image may be up to 5% smaller than the original. However, this is subject to the amount of data that is stored in the EXIF of any given image. The quality of the image will not change and no processing would have been applied to the image.
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