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Re: saving in word format
If you want to save an image into a word document you need only save the file as any image format.....then open word ....new document.....insert image....from file.....then browse to the image you saved....then ok....
Word does not really have an image format but allows you to place an image on a page (as in desktop publishing)
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Hi there. What format are you saving your images? When you save an image in GIMP, at the very bottom there is a link to change to file format to .gif, .jpg, etc. So, simply save a copy of your image in the format that you need in order for it to be compatible with Facebook or wherever you want to post it. It's very easy to do. If you have more trouble, let me know.
Change the file format its saving in. different formats have different compression rations. Jpg images are smaller than bmp images. simply by changing it to jpg it will be 20 times smaller. To do this when click save and the save image box appers, in the format type select jpg or gif or what ever is avilable. Play around to see what gives you the smallest size. You can also use software like Photoshop, paint, and other image editors to change the format its being saved in.
images obtained from the Fuji FinePix Pro S1 digital camera that are saved as TIFF-YC (also called Tagged Image File Format YCbCr or Yb). TIFF files cannot be opened with any of the programs that are native to WinXP, other Microsoft imaging programs, or most third-party software. The TIFF-YC format is antiquated and you should avoid it. Instead, save images as JPEGs (Joint Photographic Experts Group) or some other format.
Open the file in whatever program you are using, or a program such as MS Paint, then save the file this way...
Select FILE, Hit "Save As..." This will open the window "Save As".
At the bottom of the window below "File name:" is "Save as type:".
Hit the drop-down button, and select the file type you desire. (bitmap)
Ok I am not sure why ya scanner won't save in JPEG .. however converting the files to JPEG is relitively "Simple". After saving the Scanned picture.. Open it up in say MS Paint, Painshop etc, then simply choose "Save As.." from the File Menu, and save it as a NEW image file this time with a JPEG extension. IE: origional... picture.png or picture.bmp ... save as ...picture.jpg .. ya should be good to go. :)
The building blocks of your image library are the actual file formats in which you save your images. There are two major formats: compressed and uncompressed.
• The advantage of uncompressed storage is that you can save a maximum amount of image-forming information for color fidelity and clarity.
• Compressed file formats get rid of some information to shrink the file size (thereby increasing a disk's storage capacity).
We recommend saving all your work-in-progress images (equivalent to the negatives in film cameras) as TIFF files. This way they will remain at maximum quality, so you can create other versions for printing or e-mailing, and can save them in smaller, compressed files like JPEGs. The advantage is that you'll always be able to recreate an effect or enhancement by starting with the original TIFF file without losing image integrity.
Yes. When displayed, an uncompressed (TIFF) digital image is clearer and higher quality than a compressed (JPEG) image. You should remember, however, that it takes longer to save an uncompressed image, which means that the recording interval between images is longer.
Recording Interval with JPEG Format (Compressed):?2 seconds (3072 x 2304, Normal)
Recording Interval with TIFF Format (Uncompressed):?65 seconds (3072 x 2304, TIFF)
• In the TIFF Mode, you cannot record until the save operation of the previous shot is complete.
• The above times are based on save operations using a Panasonic 64MB SD memory card.
• The above times are approximate and for reference only. They are not guaranteed.
• The actual time required to store images depends on shooting conditions and the memory card you are using.