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Converting High Qual Photos to Web Quality

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Is it possible to use any of the "10" features to convert high quality digital photos down to web page quality so I can put them on my web page? :unsure:

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Is it possible to use any of the "10" features to convert high quality digital photos down to web page quality so I can put them on my web page? :unsure:

 

Yes. You can use the Multi-Photo Enhance option (EMC 10 Menu -> Photo -> Multi-Photo Enhance) to resize, convert, fix, rename, etc. It also support batch conversions.

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Yes. You can use the Multi-Photo Enhance option (EMC 10 Menu -> Photo -> Multi-Photo Enhance) to resize, convert, fix, rename, etc. It also support batch conversions.

 

 

Thank you,

 

Any suggestions on what jpeg resolution to use for a photo on a web page?

 

Tom

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Hi Tom

Your web page will generally either dictate a maximum size or it may resize for you. Just check with your website provider or the photo upload tutorial! I have had no problems with most 640 x 480 stuff but maybe you can even go a little bigger if you check with your website!

Just to add some info: when you think of uploading the file size, be it audio, photo, video does indeed have a size BUT the web site itself thinks of it as time for the most part. So the size limitations have to do with the timer for the upload at the website server. Once the file gets there, the server can sort of relax and then look at the file size and you start filling up your allotted space. Automatic resizing is done at the server to fit into a space like an avatar or some other prescribed size box. Anytime i have run into automatic resizing, I have been notified about that feature in advance. Sort of basic I guess, but, that is what I have been told about it and it may help you when you make your website.

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Thank you,

 

Any suggestions on what jpeg resolution to use for a photo on a web page?

 

Tom

 

I played around with PhotoSuite after I read your post and I couldn't figure out how to change the resolution to 72 ppi, which is what I usually would use to save for the web, but I was able to make a small file using the jpg compression dialog box. I tested one file that originally was 3.25 MB and 2816 x 2112 pixels (300 dpi). I resized it in PhotoSuite to 400 x 300 which brought it down to a file size of 180 KB. Then I saved it as a jpg using the Options panels to make it smaller by adjusting the jpg quality slider to 60, which resulted in a file size of 29 KB. I also saved it at 70 which gave me a 36 KB file and 80 for a size of 42 KB. The photo seemed sharper than when I use other programs to save for the web. Not a scientific study, though :)

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