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Use asoftware named Photo Resizer

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I want to make the print smaller. Sometime ago I increased the size but overdid it. Now can't find out how I accomplished this task.


I have to guess you're using Windows.
On the desktop screen click the Right mouse button. Choose Screen Resolution from the drop down menu.
You will find a place to set screen type size.

Mar 13, 2014 | Dell Computers & Internet

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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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I bought this camera 2 days back, its cool but then the problem with it is that the resolution of the images is too small, im not satisfied with the size of the images, they are too small.i thought was...


Any camera with even low resolution can have pictures printed out as large as one wants, up to a full page. If you are using Windows 7, Vista, or XP you can print out pictures larger than what the software that came with the camera can print out, using the sizing feature of windows print for pictures.

The software that came with the camera may also have this resizing feature, but any picture in the my pictures folder can be printed out to any popular size.

Jan 31, 2011 | Vivitar ViviCam 35 Digital Camera

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How to enlarge a picture that is scanned or copied? When i scan or copy a picture it is too small and I want to enlarge it in order to view it better.


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Open an image. Go to the Image Menu and select Image Size. This is where you can change an image’s resolution and print size (width and height). The following Image Size dialog box will appear:
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Notethat the width and the height of the image as you view it on yourmonitor is not necessarily representative of the image’s actual widthand height—i.e., the size it would print out at (print size).Average monitor resolution is 72 dpi. If you view a 72 dpi image at100% in Photoshop, chances are that it will appear on your screen inits actual print size. However, this is not true when viewing a 300 dpiimage. A 300 dpi image viewed on-screen at 100% will be enormous. Don’tget tricked into believing that what you see on your monitor is whatyou’ll get when you print or place the image into another application.The best way to determine what your image’s actual print size will beis through the Image Size dialog box.
When the Resample Imagebox is checked, any changes you make to an image’s width or height willnot change the image’s resolution, and as such, any changes you make toan image’s resolution will not affect the image’s width and height.Keep in mind, however, when you increase width and height, orresolution, with the Resample Image box checked, you are adding pixelsto your image. These pixels don’t actually exist so Photoshop mustcreate them. As such, you will succeed only in degrading the quality ofyour image.
If you want to increase an image’swidth and height, or resolution, then uncheck the Resample Image box.Now any changes you make to the image’s width and height will changethe image’s resolution, and vice versa:
  • If you decrease resolution, the width and height will increase.
  • If you increase resolution, the width and height will decrease.
  • If you increase the width or height, the resolution will decrease.
  • If you decrease the width or height, the resolution will increase.
Thebest way to increase the width and height of a scanned image is to scanthe image in at a high resolution (about twice what your finalresolution should be), and with the Resample Image box unchecked, decrease the resolution. Once the image width and height is where you want it, you can then check the Resample Imagebox and type in the resolution you want if the resolution is too high.At this point, as long as you don’t increase resolution, or width andheight, your image quality will not suffer.

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I have been trying to increase the print size one my computer for some time can you help me?


Right click on the desktop, SCREEN RESOLUTION, lowering the resolution will increase the text size. You can also check VIEW on that menu and select large icons.

Text size is the inverse of screen resolution.

Aug 04, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 531s Desktop Computer

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When i scan a document the file size is too large. a 1 page document scans as over 27,000 KB using 300 dpi. if i use smaller dpi the print is too light.


1. Increase the contrast on the print. That is increase the ink that is dispensed.
2. Check the user manual as to how to do this function.
3. It seems at this resolution the printer reserves the ink dispensed when this size print is selected.

Feb 03, 2010 | Lexmark X8350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Change picture resoltion


While it is common to down size images without losing picture quality, it is unfortunately not really possible to Increase the size of an image without losing picture quality (As you are currently experiencing)

This is why most digital cameras have such a high resolution, so that they can produce very large images that may be scaled down to the end users requirements.


Nov 25, 2009 | Cell Phones

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I want to increase the size of the small drawings i do from my epson 1250 scanner to my canon 1800ip to a4 printout size is this possible.


You have to scan the pictures with a higher resolution to be able to print them in a larger format with acceptable quality.

If your default scanning setting is, say, 150dpi resolution, and you want the picture to be enlarged twofold, then you have to increase the resolution to 300dpi. If you have 300dpi now, increase it to 600dpi.
Some scanner utilities do a fully automatic scan - then you have to find the automatic scan settings and change the default resolution. Or better yet, find an option for a non-automatic scan, where you are presented with various options after the preview scan has been done. There you can usually set the desired size, resolution, improve contrast, sharpness etc.

Generally, the higher the scanning resolution, the more detail you have on the picture, and the higher magnification you can obtain when printing without quality loss.

But there's a catch - a picture in higher resolution produces a bigger file on disk - the file size grows faster then the resolution - a two times bigger picture will be four times bigger on disk. So you have to make sensible choice.

Nov 06, 2009 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to enlarge a picture when scanning on a HP F2210


The bigger you are going to want to print the final picture the higher the resolution you will want. So set it on the highest resolution then you will be able to make the picture however big you want in your photo-editing software.
Thanks,
Lee

Nov 05, 2009 | HP Deskjet F2210 InkJet Printer

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Dell C840 Increasing resolution increase screen size and vice versa


Laptops when running in non native resolutions sometimes tend to use a small area, so that the bluring of text is not noticeable. The reason is that laptop text is only sharp in its native resolution, and in your case the possibility is that your native resolution is 1600x1200 (If you can post the exact model or a link with your machine configuration, I can confirm what the native resolution is).

However you can make the icons and text larger, the best way is to and change the font size in windows (display settings) from the normal to large or extra large. This makes all the fonts much larger and easy on the eye, and it also will keep the text large as you are still running it in native solution mode.

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