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Problems with jpg files compress with photoshop cs2

I've been trying to see jpg files compress with photoshop cs2 but my Cliod Media player isn't able to show them, it just say "unrecognized file!", why??

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    Gonzalo Polo Jan 17, 2007

    It only happens when I save files with "Save for web.." option in Photoshop. It's a great enigma!

    Thank you for your answer!

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When you saved them after compressing, the default is not jpeg, but will be a photoshop type file compression. Make sur when saving they have '.jpeg' type file.

Posted on Jan 17, 2007

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