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Feb 20, 2013

I'm losing a lot of quality when resizing images (I'm using CTRL + R and Best quality resampling).

The images I usually resize have approximately 900 x 900 pixels and they are basically text print screens. I resize them to 80%.
Is there anything that I can do to get images with better quality?

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My problem is related with the quality of a image.

My question is how to maintain high quality (original quality) of a image after resizing it?

If i resize it with same ratio like:

2816x2112px to 1600x1200px (4:3)
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Mainly i use scale image option in Gimp. But now i need to resize many images for my work so i tried David's Batch Processor to resize my images. After using it, i found there is some quality promble with the resized image.

Then i tried, the scale option with, use quality setting from original image and JPEG quality parameter is 95, in gimp but the problem is same. I did it with also with David's batch processor- JPEG quality parameter is 95.

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