Re: photo editing software
- From: cherylp <clp99336@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 11:31:19 -0700 (PDT)
On Jul 10, 12:12 pm, "Marcin" <yahoo2ndeletes...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Uzytkownik "cherylp" <clp99...@xxxxxxxxx> napisal w wiadomoscinews:f83b83f9-db7d-41f4-975f-060004f5c7b6@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Any recommendations for software that will convert a high resolution
digital photo to 72 dpi? I know about Adobe Photoshop, but am
wondering if there is something less expensive out there.
Just download small application called Irfanview (you can download only main
installer without plugins),
unmark "google toolbar" during installation,
open the file you want to convert,
next press <I> key (or go to <image> and choose <information> panel),
write the resolution and click on <change>.
To change the size press <ctrl>+<R> (got to <image> and choose <resize>.
You can go to <File> and <Batch conversion> when you have to change more
IrfanView is freeware.
I downloaded this, and, following your diections above, was able to
change the dpi to 72, but am still sruggling with this. The images on
screen are HUGE, how do I know what size to reduce them to -- I
reduced them in pixels, to lowest, and that cut it some, but what
about linear dimensions? These are going to be downloaded for IPod
Also, am I correct in assuming that changes are made to the original,
so I should work with that? I've just been working with some throw-
away pix so far.
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