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slider in wa 06-04-2003 06:05 AM

pixels are to many!!!
 
When i try and post pix up i get a massage saying i have too many pixels. I am using Mico soft program and a Vivatar "vivicam" camera. I can not see how to down size the number of pixels. Any help would be super. Thanks in advance! An have a super day.
Slider in Wa.

6567GTO 06-04-2003 06:43 AM

You should be able to find an option in your computer program for resizing your pictures. Keep looking.

Here is a place where you can download software of all types. I've been using this site for years with all sorts of downloads.

<a href="http://download.com.com/3120-20-0.html?qt=photo+software&tg=dl-2001" target="_blank">CNET.com</a>

jamnut 06-04-2003 07:23 AM

Check in your programs & see if you have something that came with your computer like Microsoft Photo Editor, open up the Photo editor, then go to file & open the picture with the Photo editor, then select image, then resize & then change default setting from in to Pixel, then when you type in 640 on the top it should change the bottom to something like 480. Or what ever the maximum pixel size you select. The reason that I used the Microsoft photo editor is because most computers come with that program. You can use the same basic steps with almost any image editing software.

slider in wa 06-04-2003 09:29 AM

Thanks, i`ll try that&gt;
Slider in Wa.

willys36@aol.com 06-04-2003 10:10 AM

If you have a digital camera, you will probably want a little more power than MS PhotoEditor. I have PaintShop Pro and really like it. Cost was less than $40 on the street the last time I looked.

trees 06-04-2003 02:35 PM

Slider, check your computor for Adobe Photo Shop 5.0. If you have it, you can do lots of things which includes changing image size. You can download it if you don't have it; not sure about the price. Its been awhile, but seems the basic is free, all the bells and whistles cost $.

Trees

98rocket 06-05-2003 04:23 PM

you'd probably know if you had a full version of adobe photoshop. it's a $600 application that doesn't often come included with PC's straight out of the box. if so, not legally.

there are "detuned" versions available for less ($100 or so) that will handle resizing of images. then again, you could also find something for free from download.com, as 6567GTO suggested.


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