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What is the resolution of the JPEG still photos?

What quality are the still photos I take?

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How to change resolution of camera?


In the camera menu select 'Quality' RAW will be he highest resolution then Large jpeg, Med jpeg going down to the lowest which is S.
Your camera my show the quality in Mps size the highest no. will be the highest resolution

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How do i get a picture the right size to fit on my social media page?


Hi,
if you have a photo in jpeg format then it is possible to save it in jpeg format too but changing the parameter "JPEG quality factor" from 100% to 80% for example. The pixels of photo will be the same but the size smaller. I usually use Microsoft Photo Editor application on my Windows PC:
1- open file
2- save as ...
3- choose jpeg format
4- press button "more"
5- change jpeg quality factor %
6- press save

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My HP Colour LaserJet CM1312 has refused to print a one page document which has a few boxes on it with coloured pictures and writing. This has never been a problem on any other printer. It printed out an...


If you edit the photos and save them at a lower resolution, then put the lower resolution photos into the document, that's the quick fix.
A program such as photoshop or corel photopaint are able to do this quite easily. In corel for instance you simply resave the photo as a jpeg, and it'll ask the resolution/quality etc. and you can reduce the resolution usually quite a bit before you lose any quality in the printout.

The other solution is to upgrade the printer's memory.

Inkjet printers usually will not have this issue because they don't need to form the complete page in memory before printing like a laser printer does. An injet's image is formed line by line in the print driver and then streamed to the printer, so the printer's ram doesn't have to take the whole page at once.

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My images save at sizes of 3-4 MB!!! how can i get them to be (way) smaller files??? powershot SD790is digital elph


Your solutions are varied, but the results will be (mostly) the same. Option 1: Lower the resolution and quality settings on your camera. If you are seeing 3-4 MB per photo, then they are probably at least 4000 pixels wide, and your file size will be larger to reflect that. If you set the camera to a lower quality and or resolution, you will for sure save disk space. Consequently, you will also lose image quality. If you are mainly archiving the photos for the purpose of viewing them online, on your PC, or through a digital picture frame, this is no big deal. If you intend to print, especially a large print, you will see pixelation occur in the print. This will take smooth parts of your picture and chunk colors together in a "boxy" appearance. Your second option, is to import your photos in a program like Google Picasa or many other free options, and then convert your image to a compressed format, such as a compressed JPEG or PNG file. PNG files are usually the better choice for file size, but not every devices (frames, TVs, etc.) recognize PNG files. So you may want to stick with JPEG depending on your use for your photos. Additionally, you can lower the resolution of hi-res photos within Picasa (or its alternatives) after importing the photos. This is the preferred route as you can take every photo like you want to print it as a poster, and then choose which photos to drop the resolution. This gives you the safety of shooting each picture as if you want to keep the quality and then later decide which are worth archiving at what resolution. Remember, the detail in a photo also reflects upon its size, not just resolution, if you take one 12 MP picture of the sky and another of a bunch of different color balloons, the balloon will have more color data and thus a higher file size.

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Recently purchased a Canon 550D and when previewing an image on the camera, it appears fine. After switching it on and off, the image appears as a small version with "Can not display preview". ...


you maybe taking shots in raw which is fine but depending on what OS you have and computer hardware might mean your pc is struggling to open them. might want to check your photo resolution settings by pressing menu button and on the first list you should see the quality mode your using try taking shots in jpeg see if that helps.

if its already taking photos in jpeg then i highly recommend downloading picasa as it has an excellent photo viewer which you can enable as your default photo viewer. opens raw and jpeg photos no problem.

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I put my sandisk 2gb card with pics in jpeg format and photo frame says not supported, why?


perhaps it is the resolution which is not supported. your camera is taking too good of quality pictures for your frame to handle

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Well I don't know how to scan a photo and file it or take it to print


s.gif Follow these tips to ensure your scanned photo turns out to be a stunning print.
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Resolution:
  • You'll want a higher dpi when scanning an image that you want to print.
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  • If you want to scan an image and reprint it at the same size, 300 dpi works best.
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File format:
  • TIFFs are ideal for printing enlargements, but a JPEG will suffice if you are printing a 4" x 6" photo.
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Quick tip:
If you are printing a 4" x 6" image as a JPEG, but think that you may someday want to make a bigger print, archive a larger TIFF file of your photo. Unlike JPEGs, TIFFs can be edited and resaved without compromising the image quality.

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Poor display quality (wallpapers, photos etc) of samsung g600


u should save images as .bmp and than transfer them to your g600, or save them as .jpeg but resolution should be 240x320 or less for good previewing!
Pictures in my photos just zoom in and out and quality is way better!
Or save some of them in mms save and then you can view it in full screen in that sms.
hope it helps a bit..

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I have Olympus c-750> I need to shoot in jpeg format.................how do you tell if the camera is set for jpeg? I see tiff all over the place, but no way to "choose" between the two....


The SHQ option is the highest quality JPG image setting

You can download the manual from here...
http://www.olympus.co.jp/en/support/imsg/digicamera/download/manual/#c

All the info you need is on page 18,22 and 50

If you need further help drop me a line

Happy snappin

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Problem with JPEG compression?


think what is happening is that Pentax is not using the maximum JPEG quality value for their high quality setting. I re-saved an image in Photoshop last night, and the JPEG quality value was set to 9. I increased it to 12, and ended up with a 3.5 MB file.

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