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What quality should I use when scanning my photos? The choices are maximum, high, medium or low.

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Photos should be high resolution..max or high

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How do I use a Vivtar PZ310 camera?


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How to Use My Vivitar Digital Camera eHow
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  1. Digital Vivitar
    • 1Open battery cover and insert batteries. Also insert a memory card in the appropriate slot. Not all memory formats are the same for one camera.
    • 2 Turn camera on. Set up the date and time. Camera will be set in automatic mode.
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    • 3 Select from high, medium or low for photo quality. The higher the quality the faster the camera will drain the battery. Be sure to use flash for indoor photos.
    • 4 Hold the capture button slightly. This will let the camera figure out the correct F-stop and light reading.
    • 5 Take the camera adjust the aperture on the lens and focus your subject in the LCD screen on the back.


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How to rip CSS-protected DVD to AVI format for DVD backup?


First of all, to rip CSS-protected DVD to AVI format is possible with DVD decrypter program, but is confined to legal use of the DVD only. CSS-protection measure has long been the practice for preventing commercial DVDs from being copied to hard disk or cloned to reproduction. But we are allowed to use DVD decrypter to clone our expensive store bought CSS-protected DVD for DVD backup. As for DVD backup, it only makes sense to rip DVD to a format with DVD-like quality, smaller size and high portability. So this is why we are going to rip DVD to AVI format for the best DVD backup effort.
Normally, we need a DVD decrypter and a DVD converter to accomplish the task. But now we have an integrated program with comprehensible interface. It is called Leawo DVD Ripper.
Leawo DVD Ripper is highly compatible with any CSS-protected DVD. CSS-protected DVD will be recognized and automatically decrypted without our interference. So let’s focus on how to rip DVD to AVI format in high quality, that is, DVD-like quality, smaller size and high portability.
Here is the Download link to the software. Need more checkups, please visit the DVD Ripper’s page.
This is a very comprehensible DVD decrypter/ripper program. Feed the CSS-protected DVD in the DVD-ROM drive and use the "Load DVD" function on the program main interface. Then you will see the complete titles and chapters rolled out on the list more or less like the screenshot below.
leawo-dvd-xvid-ripper.jpg Click open the "Profile" dropdown box, navigate to "Common Video" to make a choice on AVI profiles. We are going to use "Xvid Movie (*.avi)" profile, for the DVD-like picture quality and excellent sound quality. Based on MPEG-4 compression, it can guarantee the best ratio of quality to file size. As Xvid is an open-source codec, Xvid encoded AVI video is highly portable to be played on other PC easily.
dvd-xvid-profile.jpg Then click "Settings" to open codec control. You will see a list of codec parameters: Video Codec, Quality, Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, Aspect Ratio, etc.
dvd-xvid-codec-parameter.jpg There are quite a number of parameters set to "auto". It means to program will conduct the Xvid encoding with optimal settings. For beginners, this is a very handy design. But for veterans, it might not be enough to meet your picky demands. So let’s explore the optimal settings for ourselves and gain a better understanding of how the DVD to Xvid AVI conversion works. I am going to manifest the difference among the settings of Bit Rate, the key factor which influences the video quality and file size, by a field-test experiment. Feel compelled to follow me?
In this experiment, I will rip a 9 second segment of DVD to Xvid AVI in different Bit Rate settings. It is a repetitive action and I think it makes more sense to jump to the conclusion now.
dvd-xvid-codec-setting.jpg It is all right if this conclusive data table confuses you. It got me, too, in some senses. LOL. What is behind these data is an equation: File Size = (Video Bit Rate + Audio Bit Rate) * duration /8. If you are perceptive, you would notice this is not an accurate equation and there is small discrepancy between the custom video Bit Rate and the actual video Bit Rate. It is because the Video Bit Rate is vibrant but constant. The actual Video Bit Rate reflects the average of Video Bit Rate. The longer duration of the video is converted, the more approximate the actual Video Bit Rate is to the custom Video Bit Rate.
Take a 2 hour DVD movie for example, you can be assured to count on the custom Video Bit Rate, say 600, with 128kbps Audio Bit Rate to come up with a 650MB AVI video. ((600+128)*7200/8=655200) By doing this, you have reduced the 4GB DVD movie to 1/6 in size!
Of course, DVD backup won’t be a valuable one if it doesn’t have DVD-like picture quality. Take a look at the comparison of the screenshots from 600Kbps Video Bit Rate setting, Low Profile, Medium Profile and High Profile.
Click the links to view the screenshots in full size 720*406.
600Kbps and Low Profile have just been crossed off because of interior picture quality, while Medium Profile and High Profile are almost the same. If you take the 1.5 times file size multiplication lightly, High Quality Profile is your best choice. Otherwise, Medium Profile is the optimal choice for ripping DVD to Xvid AVI format for DVD backup, with good balance of video quality and file size.
In conclusion, rip CSS-protected DVD to Xvid format with Medium Profile in Leawo DVD Ripper is the optimal choice for DVD backup. However, this article encourages you to look deeper into the video conversion and use the DVD decrypter/ripper program well. It gives you a picture of how picture quality is in connection with Video Bit Rate. Try to experiment with any Bit Rate setting you want, then you can get the most desirable DVD backup copy of your CSS-protected DVD!

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What does the positions High,Medium. and Low on photo mode mean?


Without knowing the make and model of the camera this is only a guess, but I would say it's either the image quality or image compression for the JPEG files.

Just about every camera stores photos as JPEG files (many cameras also offer other options, but JPEG is almost universal). JPEG uses a lossy compression scheme. This means that files are compressed to save space on your memory card. This compression throws away some data. Usually this is not noticeable. For example, if one point of a blue sky comes out a different shade of blue (but still close to its neighbors). It would be noticeable if a patch of sky came out green, however.

High image quality applies minimal compression, at the expense of file size. Low image quality applies more compression, saving file space but sacrificing quality.

Compression is the other way around. High compression saves file space at the expense of quality. Low compression gives higher quality at the expense of file space.

Whether these settings on your camera determine the image quality or the image compression, I can't say. You'll have to look in the manual for your camera.

If you require further assistance, please add a comment to this question and specify the make and model of your camera.

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Canon pixma pro9000 -2 i have done all the print head cleaning and deep cleanig and the test shows no cloggs -- when i print specifying low quality ( fast ) and plain paper, the photo looks marginal...


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Actually as you told that you have replaced ink cartridge sometimes ago so with the new ink the effect of primary colors is more and when you print on the high quality the effect of primary color is more.
If you are printing the photos with software the try to print it on medium quality, even on low quality, The result will be fine. You can change the setting of printing in any software. After a time while when the ink will be used the result will automatically fine even on High quality.

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I,m trying to sign into facebook it's saying that i need cookie in order to sign in


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Canon Printer IMAGE QUALITY


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Prints beautifully from a scanned copy, but light when copying


Check your copy option,constrast to high and quility to Auto.
after that should be fine.

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Lines on a photo when printed


The print quality usually depends on the program you're using to print them on your pc.
Your camera only ever sends photos to your printer, so the best settings are already selected by the camera and it's built-in photo program.
Your printer doesn't 'know' whether your printing a document or a photo, so the settings for each program on your computer are basic (known as default settings), and need to be changed by you to get the best from your printer
Find the settings that let you alter the printers options (in Word, it's FILE \ PRINT \ PROPERTIES), and make sure the printer output is set to maximum quality, and that photo paper is selected as the paper type.
Some options such as 'maximum quality' only appear when you've chosen 'photo paper', and some printers (such as the ip4300) have seperate options for gloss or matte paper, so go through all of them until you see what you need.

Hope that helps :)

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Slr 20D canon camera


There should be a setting (usually in "image settings" or similar) to change the image quality between low, medium, high and RAW.

You probably want high.

Turn the wheel to the tool-icon (settings) and have a browse through the options. You'll find it without much fuss. =-]

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Photos are not good


Make sure that your quality is set to best and you are using a high quality photo paper for maximum resolution and quality.

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