Nov 27, 2002 8:08 PM
|I was going to borrow a friends digital camera and post a picture of my new ride. Last time I posted the image was too big on the screen. How do you ensure the picture comes out a suitable size for the gallery????
|Borrow your friends software too||Scot_Gore|
Nov 27, 2002 9:42 PM
|Your friends camera most likely came with some kind of digital picture editing software. There's also several commercial packages he/she might have. PhotoShop is probably the most common. It's generally pretty easy in any of this software to re-size a picture.
|...if you wish to lay out $$$ for photoshop, but there are||Spunout|
Nov 28, 2002 4:55 AM
|standards that would allow your pictures to be easily seen by everybody, be of low bandwidth, good size, and sufficient resolution. Most software can do the following:
72 pixels per inch resolution
600 pixels width should be good for most(so it fits in our RBR pane), let the height auto-adjust (use the 'maintain perspective' setting).
Use a JPEG file with around 50% compression to get the size down without getting banding in the colours(look at the sky in a picture, it is the first to go when using .jpg compression).
|"convert" in linux is free and has the best resampling I know||PeterRider|
Nov 29, 2002 6:24 PM