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What are you going to do with the Photo. If you don;t change it, why open it with the program? Just player around??

 

Video made with the photos will be adjusted to a lower resolution depending on what your video resolution will be - standard or high definition. If you are going to print, anything higher than about 300 to 600 dpi won't show unless you plan to print a large scale image Do you have a 2K , 3K or similar high definition TV?

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I edit my photos before I use them for prints/large prints/photobooks etc.

and I was surprised that the photo went from e.g 4000 KB to 1200 KB even with almost no changes,

and to see what happenend if I only opened and saved the photo again I discovered that it still "lost"a lot

of KB's and don't understand why - but it is a problem if I eg wants to make large prints.

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I edit my photos before I use them for prints/large prints/photobooks etc.

and I was surprised that the photo went from e.g 4000 KB to 1200 KB even with almost no changes,

and to see what happenend if I only opened and saved the photo again I discovered that it still "lost"a lot

of KB's and don't understand why - but it is a problem if I eg wants to make large prints.

 

 

Did you check the options? I think the program automatixally changes some of the size settings. Check especially the pixel size before and after the Save As

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