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Ok when you save copy as or save as copy in paint shope pro, it gives you the option of what file format you want to save it as, usually it has the psp or painshop pr format as the default, you then change this to jpg, when you do this there should be an options button at the bottom right of the window. when you open up the options make sure that it has standard enoding selected and that the compression ratio is set low, around 20% is what you should be looking to set it at as a very safe number
That should fix the issue
Might want to update your software as well. PSP 8 is really old and is missing a lot of the features that Paint shop pro X2 has for example.
Even PSP 9 is a leap ahead
You can get PSP 9 for free here
Hope that helps
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
As scanss says, the answer can only be as accurate as the question.
Broadly speaking though, when you save or "save copy", you are saving in a particular format, with particular format options.
Generally, you'd use JPEG... and with JPEG you can compress an image from almost no change right down to a very small file-size that will look absolutely horrid. This is true for most popular formats, so check any settings or options out when you are saving the file.
Also check your colour depth. 16bpp or 32bpp are standard and look fine, but if you are saving your high-quality images as GIF Files, they might be 8-bit colour and look nasty.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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How are you playing it? are you trying to create an animated gif?
If so, do the following:-
Create a file, with each of your snow images as layers, then
File-> Save As.
Name the image, then go to "Select File Type."
Make it a .gif image, and then click save.
GIMP gives you the option of flattening it or creating an animated gif. Click the button that says "Save as Animation", and then click export.
Then you get to alter a few more variables in the next dialog box (- you can set the frame rate (a higher number makes the animation go faster) )
Then once saved, load it up in an internet browser, and it should work.
Once you've saved you're gif image, open it up in your image viewer. If your normal image viewer doesn't show the animation, try opening it in Firefox or Internet Explorer. You can do this by right clicking on the file, and selecting "Open With." Then choose your internet browser, and you're all set!
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