When i want to make a photo small to send it by mms.. the size become very small 5 k b.. how can i make it more than 50 kb.. note: when i take photo from the mobile camera.. its size about 120.. please heelp
You need to rest image resolution of your camera fone to it's hightest or maximum resolution..first, press MENU,>MEDIA>CAMERA> then press select,.Next is you press the optioon button, down your cursor till you hit the SETTINGS, click the SETTINGS, IMAGE SIZE and make the resolutions 640x480,and make your IMAGE QUALITY HIGH.that's all!
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you might have to enlarge it before you send it at the right size if you are unable to enlarge it once it has been received on your phone though some mms message can only be sent at a certain size hope this helps
Configure using settings wizard MMS for Nokia 1.Press the Menu key on your phone.
2.Scroll to and select Applications.
3.Scroll to and select Sett. wizard to launch the Nokia settings wizard.
4.Scroll to and select Operator.
5.Select Start > Multimedia message and follow the
wizard's on-screen steps to automatically configure the phone with the
required operator service settings.
Configure MMS settings To configure MMS settings, select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > Multimedia message Additional MMS settings include:
1.Image size - Define the size of the image in a multimedia message.
2.MMS creation mode - If you select Guided, the device
notifies you when you try to send a message that may not be supported by
the recipient device. If you select Restricted, the device prevents you
from sending messages that may not be supported. To include content in
your messages without notifications, select Free.
3.Access point in use - Select which access point is used as the preferred connection.
4.Allow anonymous messages - Reject messages from anonymous senders.
Download the device user guide for a comprehensive list of MMS settings
Send MMS Multimedia messages can be sent in a number of ways. An example of the steps required to send an image is listed below:
1.Select Menu > Photos.
2.Select the image you want to send.
4.Select Via message.
5.Add the recipient name or contact number.
6.Select Tips If you are unable to send and receive MMS, try these simple steps.
1.Check if the MMS settings (for example, MMS access point)
are correct in your device. These settings are sent by the operator or
service provider. See Operator or service provider settings.
2.Operators usually set a limit for the size of a picture
message. If you need to send a picture that is large in size, you can
resize it before it is sent. See Image size.
3.Contact your operator or service provider to confirm whether:
•Data plan is activated on your SIM card.
•Roaming is activated when you are not in your home network.
IF you want to see your MMS through go to your service provide site.and click the MMS and fill the username and password, and hit enter. you see your MMS in inbox double click to view the MMS.
The short answer is NO, I think, unless you set the camera to take small file sized images. What do you mean by small by the way? Sounds like you have a specific purpose in mind but remember small "file sizes = less detail".
Is resizing a big chore - there are plenty of freeware utilities out there to do batch resizing if you find resizing tedious for all you images.
They are being compressed during the upload. there is nothing you can do. Once they arrive on the destination server, they are resized and compressed according to the websites parameters. if the site compreses them too small, they will become blurred. Imagine taking a photo, then resizing it to 5% of its size, then, save it, and re-open it and try to blow it back up. It will be blurry. That is whats going on at the server: they are being resized and you are getting blured images
This common if you use a third party email service or you have slow connection,
Try resizing the image you are sending to the smallest size (using your picture softwate, MS office picture manger works great) and then send it. If this works then continue resizing to a larger size until you get to a point that the image sends OK and the reciprient can view the image.
Hope this helps
any photo you take with your phone can be sent, the 1600x1200 pixel photos are the largest this phone will take which is a 2.0 megapixel photo, when you send these, your internet provider will require them to be a certain size, for instance tmobile will require that the photos are 640x480, so your phone will resize them, before they are sent via mms.
If you send them by bluetooth directly to someone in range they will be the full 1600x1200 pixel size or what ever size you take.
Recieved photos must be this size or less and JPG format for them to be viewable on your phone... if they are larger they will not be recieved , this is normal. due to size constraints.. let me know if you need any further help... :-)
To make an image file smaller for e-mail transmission, change the image file size in "Exif Viewer" or "FinePixViewer".
Changing the size of an image file
1. Start up the Viewer and select the folder containing the image you wish to send.
2. Double-click the thumbnail for the image file you want to resize to open the image in its own full-size window.
3. Select "Image size" in the "Image" menu.
4. Set "%" as the "Unit" used for file size display. Then enter a value lower than 100 as the "Width" or "Height" and click the [OK] button.
5. Select "Save as" in the "File" menu to save the image. (You can also reduce the image file size by lowering the quality in "Save as type".)