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I have to reduce pixel size to accomodate new format and as a result can't read my email. The new format in the middle pixel size I can see requires moving the message as it does not fit entirely on one page. As a result I have to go back and forth to read the msg. The new format does not do anything for people who wear glasses. I guess Microsoft wants to get rid of hhotmailers?

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If your using firefox, go to "view" then down to "zoom" and click on "zoom out" until it fits.

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JPEG storage reduced

Don't confuse bytes with pixels. A pixel is point of color. A byte is a unit of computer storage. A picture with 10 million pixels may or may not require 10 million bytes of storage.

As an exercise, take a picture outside your window, properly exposed and focused. Now put your camera into manual mode, select a fast shutter speed (1/1000 will do), put the lens cap on, and take a picture. Compare the two file sizes. The first file should have a lot of detail in it and will be quite a bit larger. The second file should be all black. The two pictures will have the same number of pixels, but require different amounts of storage.

In the worst case, each pixel will require three bytes to specify its color. JPEG files will be compressed so it's not quite this bad. At the other extreme, it doesn't take many bytes to say "3872x2592 pixels, every one of them absolutely black."

Oct 31, 2012 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera


How do I remove an embedded Logo from my AVI (MPG4) file using VirtualDub

First of all this will never be a complete and total removal of those annoying logos that are added to your TV shows; this is not surprising as this is why broadcasters add their Opaque (solid) and semi-transparent bars to Videos and TV shows in an attempt to prevent copying and re-authoring of the content.

There are FOUR main methods that have their own unique merits I have listed them here in my order of preference.


DELOGO - Karel Suhajda


This requires you to dump a bitmap and cover the logo area with RED (255,0,0) and repair the AVI using this as a mask. As shown here save it as a 24-bit Bitmap using MS Paint or Photoshop

You can alter the Depth, Power and Pixel Aspect until you get the best result. If you view the Repair mask in the filter it will have a red inside and a yellow boarder these can be modified until you get the best results

However is a good idea to strike a happy medium between the X and Y components, if you set the Pixel Aspect ratio in the horizontal you will loose vertical lines on the AVI and vice versa, the middle settings will give you diagonal blending, this is the same as the MSU Logo Removal but with better results.

LOGOAWAY - Krzysztof Wojdon


This is easier to use than the Delogo you simply need to specify the X.Y start and box size values width and height. Using these you can either use the
  • Luminance
  • X-Y
  • Solid Fill
  • UGLARM (similar to Delogo Repair Mask)
the UGLARM takes longer to process but gives similar results and sometimes better than delogo this shows the UGLARM mode preview where you can change the Remove Mode's : Radius and Component power.

MSU Logo Remove - Dmitriy Kulikov + Sergey Putilin


The Remove Logo that you need to set up with the Up;Down;Left;Right pixels gives mixed results and wont work well on larger colourfull logos use the Draw Mask and Update Preview to check location If this fails the the Logo the Mask function gives better results when square you can use a shaped Delogo mask of the same size but with reduced reuslts.

Region Remove - Shaun Faulds


Allows the use of Soft Edges and is set up similar to LogoAway however you have little control other than the ignore edge function useful if the top edge of the logo is close to a letterbox padding area

If possible if you can trim the AVI close to the edge of the logo the results can improve however this all depends upon the size and transparency of the logo.


DeLogo wins hands down on removing Alpha-Based logos (semi-transparent) using the DeBlend mode and also the ability to apply the repair and deblend masks to either a single or multiple number of frames. With this being the case you can easily create a mask per frame if needed and remove moving logo banners normally found at the end of video and combine several masks with different Pixel aspect ratios to find the best possible logo removal possible on AVI and MPG2 video streams.


In this example the pixel aspect ratio has been changed 3 times in the 7 instances of Delogo with 6 different masks at 720x576 then cropped to 704 then resized to 576x482 for DivX Home Video.

This third Delogo repair is on multiple frames with Full vertical fix the preceding and last Delogo repairs are on single frames set to 1:1 (default)


Using the excellent smart resize where the filter will calculate the new pixel size based on your aspect ratio this example shows a 1:1 ratio start pixel size 704x576 (Broadcast-D1 using PAL) to the new size of 576x482 at 100% (width and height not fixed to a multiple of 4)


Have a look at my tip for the top two logo removal filters with opaque logos Delogo wins again due to the fact that you can select which frames to repair it does take time to create the masks and any resize must be done last if you want to add more filters at the end you can always move then up the list (Delogo will tell you if you are trying to repair a video that is not the same size as your mask.

If you have the time and patience then this method might work for you as well if you fancy learning Abode Photoshop CS2 it takes much longer but with excellent results it will take you about 6 hours to remove upto 12 seconds of advert banner using VirtualDub + Donald Graft's Logo v1.72b, Adobe Photoshop and TMPGEnc v4.0 Xpress

on Jan 28, 2010 | Philips DivX DVD Player

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I have a Sony DCR-SR43 handycam. I am a amateur photographer. When i shoot some shots, the file size is very large (208 or so..). Is there any software to compress the file.

The size of the file depends mostly on the resolution. Higher resolution gives more detail and the picture can be printed larger without showing pixelation, but this requires more data, so the files are larger. Recent cameras offer resolutions stated in terms of 10 or 14 megapixels. That much data needs a large file to store it. Reducing the resolution in the camera settings to 5 or 3 megapixels (or less) will give you a much smaller file. In the camera, this will usually be specified in terms of pixels wide by pixels deep (e.g. 1600x1200).

You can reduce the size of a picture in a photo editing program (resize or resample), which will also reduce the resolution.

Compressing the file is not likely to help much. Usually these files are in a format (.jpg) that is already compressed. The camera may allow more than one quality of compression. You can set this to compress the pics more, but this will reduce the quality of the image and introduce more digital noise. It is also possible to increase the amount of compression when saving an edited file in a photo editor, by specifying this at the point of saving. None of these will make as large a difference as reducing the resolution by resizing.

Feb 03, 2011 | Sony Handycam DCR-SR42 Camcorder

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Can i print a picture in just seconds

Reduce the size of the picture. it will help a little bit....but truely it depends upon the printer that how fast it prints,

one way to reduce size is to just open it in MS paint and then save back in jpeg format it will reduce the size upto 80 percent with no pixel damage.

take care

Aug 02, 2010 | HP Photosmart C6280 Printer

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I click on upload and try to type in location of photo but the type does not show. I previously went to Documents, then My Pictures and clicked on the chosen photo. I have no problem sending photos via...

Make sure you are using the uploader provided with facebook, verify that your photo size is allowed and that may help. Many newer high resolution cameras take a very hi resolution picture, and as a result the photo has too large of a file size. Download Jasc painshop pro free, or other photo editing software and try to reduce the file size of your photo. You can also reduce the pixel count from your camera before you shoot. Also remember that, the larger your file size the slower the picture will load. This will make it hard for friends and family to view your picture due to long download times.

Mar 08, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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PHP/SQL Problem

have you read the dataset in (i.e $row)?
you would require some sort of select statement to read the data frm sql into a dataset before yopu can read and display each record in the dataset.

i gather you may be new to sql statements. the bottom commect $query.... is reading the dataset into $query, the one you have issues with needs code that reads a record into $row

Jan 25, 2010 | The PHP Group PHP

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I scanned a document, but when I go to attach the file, it stays in attaching files forever??

Greg, Do you mean that when you want to send it by email it keeps attaching the file forever? If yes then check the size of the scanned document. What happens is that the moment you attach a document to an email Windows start sending it to the email server and that takes time as uploading is slower than downloading. And if the file a large one as scanned documents can be, then it will take that much longer. Try a smaller document first. Size wise small document. If that works fine then you can try larger documents. yes it may be time consuming but there is no price for mental satisfaction. To reduce the size of the scanned document, reduce the pixels in settings of the scanner. or reduce the page size. You will find the document reduced many times over.

Nov 19, 2009 | Gateway Audio Players & Recorders

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See the manual for X9350 on page 119.

The software application must be used for saving files to a specific format that you can select from the menu on the computer.

Standard scans are often saved as bitmap with the extension .bmp .
Select another file format like jpeg with the extension .jpg or .jpeg, when you want to view the scans in photoview afterwards.

Another option is to save the file in a format that can be read with Adobe Reader, selecting .pdf format.

A last option is to reduce your file size, changing the scan settings:
( I wouldn't advise; this can result in unclear copies ):
Advanced scan settings can be changed on the computer as well:
See reducing e.g. "scan resolution" and "color depth" on page 120.

Use the link support for Lexmark 9300 series for more help.

Sep 22, 2009 | Lexmark Office Equipment & Supplies

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Changing the size of pixs for posting online or otherwise!~

wen eva u want to change the size of the picture...try reducing the pixels of the picture or the photoshop..after opening the picture in it go to Image on top bar and then go to image size and u can reduce the pixels ....mostly pics of 3.2 mb will have morethasn 1000 * 1000 pixels try reducin it to 480 x 820

Sep 11, 2009 | Cameras

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Printing photos

That is called pixelation and is usually the result of enlarging a photo, whether it be resized larger on the computer or printed at a larger size than it's original pixel dimensions.

Check your printer settings for a setting like "resize photo to fit paper" and uncheck it. Or print from a photo that is larger than the paper and it will reduce the size without any pixelation.

With digital photos you can always go smaller than the original, but rarely ever larger.

Feb 17, 2008 | Epson CX8400 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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