Paint Shop Pro :: Reducing JPG Size For Web Without Losing Quality

Mar 28, 2012

Tips on reducing my JPG images in PSP X4 without loosing too much quality. I know that it isn't possible to not lose some picture quality but if you have any pointers that would be fantastic.

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Paint Shop Pro :: Save JPEG Without Substantially Reducing File Mb Size?

Oct 29, 2012

In vX1 I could save jpeg without substantially reducing file Mb size. In vX4, whenever I edit and save a jpeg file (using save & save as), it results in a reduced number of Mb's. Options in the 'save as' dialog are set at best. It would appear that PSP X4 is automatically optimising. Is there any way that the original file size can be retained on saving after editing?

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Photoshop :: Reducing A Files Size With High Quality?

Jun 20, 2012

is there a way to reduce a file size from about 60M to about 500k and keeping the quality? dpi is 300

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Photoshop :: Poor Quality When Reducing Size Of Raster Layer

Feb 5, 2013

When reducing the size of an image layer, I am seeing very different quality between regular raster layers and smart object layers.
See this image for an example:
Both versions of the image were resized after duplicating the same source layer.

They were then resized to 20% of their original size.
In the top example, the layer was resized immediately after being duplicated.

In the bottom example the layer was converted to a smart object before resizing.
You will notice that the top version of the image has considerably more artifacting than the bottom.

The quality of the raster layer size reduction also seems to have degraded since CS5.
I am using the bicubic setting in Preferences > General > Image Interpolation.

Switching that option around has made very little difference.
Are others seeing the same phenomenon?

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Photoshop :: How To Increase Image Size Without Losing Quality

Mar 22, 2012

I would like to enlarge an image, but when I do this it loses quality. 

This is how I have done it: image > image size > check "resample image" > select "bicubic smoother" > set my dimensions.

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Photoshop :: How To Increase Picture Size Without Losing Quality

Oct 8, 2012

I am myself a photoshop student and I wanna learn about graphic designs, currently Iam working to create pamphlets for an organization.maybe some of you know that for creating brochures you need to set 300 resolution of your image,So only and only high resolution images can be used for this, and we cant find high resolution images easily but that random images which we preserve are mostly workable so that images which Iam trying to use in my brochures are mostly 500/300 px or maximum I may find 800/600 px which is not enough, I at least need to have 1600/1200 px images for a pamphlet I know we mostly use IMAGE SIZE to enlarge the image but as much as we enlarge the image size, the quality becomes more poor that's what the problem is so I wanna know if there is any method of increasing size of the image without losing it's quality,

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Photoshop Elements :: Manageable Size In MB Without Losing The Quality?

Nov 11, 2012

I have somehow managed to create a monster size picture in MB's.  ie my picture is 12x10 with several pictures and a backround etc....but it has somehow got to 871 MBs!!!   How do I get that size down to a more manageable size in mbs without losing the quality??

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Paint.NET :: Losing Quality When Resizing

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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Paint.NET :: Shrinking Image Not Losing Quality?

Apr 8, 2011

I have an 8 X 11 image that needs to be shrunk down to about 1" X 1" (it's being put on a poker chip). It's obviously not working.

I know the lines have to be thicker and/or darker so when they're shrunk they don't disappear.

I don't really use graphic's programs, but I know basics. Here is a copy of the image so you know what I'm referring to:


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Paint Shop Pro :: Reducing Resolution

Oct 6, 2012

Program that I use call Sketchup. In SketchUp you draw model of a building to post it in google Earth but it can't be any larger 10 MB what makes the file size grow is the pictures that you applied to your model, (Downsample all texture files that have been used to paint the surfaces. Take each texture into a photo editor and reduce the resolution) this will supposedly minimize the file size? Is this possible when I transfer my photos from SketchUp back into Corel , how do I reduce the resolution so it would reduce my file size?

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Paint.NET :: Losing Image Quality After Adding Layer And Inserting Into MS WORD

Sep 23, 2013

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Paint Shop Pro :: Losing EXIF Data With HDR

Sep 18, 2013

I process three images with PSP X5 using the HDR feature and the EXIF data is dropped.

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Paint Shop Pro :: Smart Carver Losing Transparency

May 3, 2012

I recently had to reinstall PSP X3 and since then when I use Smart Carver any transparent areas are lost - they appear as solid white.

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Paint Shop Pro :: Decrease Or Remove Pixelation From Edges Of Low Quality Photo

Jun 25, 2012

Im using Corel Photo-Paint X5 and was wondering how to decrease or remove pixelation from the edges of a low quality photo? Iva attached a sample below:

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Lightroom :: Reducing D800 RAW Files Without Degrading Quality For Prints

Oct 31, 2013

When I shoot portraits, I like shooting in RAW with my Nikon D800.  One of my favorite print labs is requesting that I reduce the size of the massive files that the D800 produces to an sRGB jpg and a size that is more suitable for 16x20s, 8x10s, and 5x7s since those are the sizes I usually sell.  Because I use Lightroom (v. 5.2) 90% of the time to develop and export images, what can I do to correctly reduce the massive file sizes without fearing a reduction in image quality?  I remember Scott Kelby saying in one of his publication (I can't remember which one) that it can be done with an image quality reduction for printing purposes.  Do I reduce the Quality slider in LR, and if so, to what percentage without having any degradation of quality in the lab's prints?   Should I reduce the image sizing and resolution, and if so, to what without losing quality for the print sizes I intend to sell?

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Paint.NET :: Batch Read Images And Save New Size Smaller Without Quality Loss

Sep 11, 2011

When i open file with and click save sometimes it make it larger and sometimes it make it smaller. When the bith depth is selected as auto are there any chance that will loose quality ? I check that generally bith depth is not changing it is 32 bit but it is able to reduce size of image which have been yahoo smushed or pgnoutwin processed. How is this possible ?

Are there any plugin which will batch read images and save them if the new size is smaller without quality loss ?

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GIMP :: Reducing Canvas Size - Dotted Line Showing Original Size

Aug 7, 2012

I've just reduced the size of a canvas from 300x300 to 200x200 but when I merge the layers I'm left with a dotted line showing the original size.

reduced canvas size.tiff (128.61K)
Number of downloads: 3

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Photoshop :: Save To GIF Without Losing Quality

Jul 20, 2008

im trying to save this small animation to GIF but the problem is the colours keep messing up, and i lose alot of quality. is there a way i can do it without losing the quality?

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Photoshop :: Resizing This Gif Without Losing Much Quality.

Apr 24, 2006

i got this picture that is like 830,000 kb's i need it at 600,000. how can i resize it with out making to small and get worse quality.

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Photoshop :: Pasting And Losing Quality

May 6, 2004

if i copy and then paste on a new canvas, will the picture quality automatically be duplicated? or are some other factors coming into play, like size of the new canvas or resolution?

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Photoshop :: Reducing File Size But Keeping Physical Size

Apr 15, 2008

is there a function in photoshop cs3 that will reduce the file size of a photo without affecting the physical size of it, i know macromedia fireworks can but thats no help to me unfortunately...

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Photoshop :: How To Render Video Without Losing Quality

Jun 7, 2012

I'm trying to use the export>render video feature in Photoshop CS5 extended. I must use avi without any compression, keeping the original frame rate (the original file is also an uncompressed avi). My impression was that this setting keeps the original video quality.

However, the exported video loses quite a bit of its original quality. Is it possible to keep the original quality?

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Photoshop :: How To Enlarge Logo Without Losing Quality

May 8, 2013

Our company has a logo that is only 140pixels x 110pixels we need to make the image bigger without losing quality or looking pixelated so we can use it on signs etc. Is this possible on any adobe program?

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VideoStudio :: X5 - Crop Video Without Losing Quality?

Sep 5, 2012

I bought VSX5 Ultimate last week to go with my new GoPro Hero2, climbed the learning curve, and can now produce presentable videos. I've read the (not very complete) VS User Guide, checked Corel's Knowledgebase, spent the better part of thirty hours twiddling filters (rendering to a 1280x720 output file and viewing that outside of VS) and spent about eight hours searching this forum and the Interweb for the answer to no avail, so here I am:

I have 1920x1080 30p MP4 video from the camera, but want to crop it to 1280x720, and not lose image quality. Can VSX5 do this, and/or how?

I'm new to video, but very old to photography. When I say "crop" I mean "throw away the area outside of my cropping rectangle, resulting in an image of smaller dimensions."

I do not mean "fill the area outside my cropping rectangle with the color of my choice, resulting in an image of the same dimensions" as happens when using the Crop Borders filter.

Video Pan & Zoom doesn't work as the final results are abominable; as soon as I specify 150% zoom (amount needed to make a 1280x720 area fill a 1920x1080 area) quality is lost. The Cropping filter produces the same (lost) quality results. Distort Clip does the best job but still suffers some image quality degradation, and it's nearly impossible to get a precise "150%" crop (or "33% reduction" as my Photoshop brain thinks) as dragging the handles is all by eyeball. I think the problem is that all of these options entail two steps: (1) Enlarging the area I want to keep, causing it to fill the frame -- AND losing quality in the interpolation process. (2) Saving the entire frame (clip), now filled with lower-quality "larger pixels" so to speak, at a smaller size than original.

My Project Properties are NTSC drop frame (29.97fps), AVI, 24bits, 1920x1080, 29.97fps, Frame-based, Uncompressed, PCM, 48kHz, 16bit stereo.

My Movie Template that I'm using is MPEG-4, 24 bits, 1280x720, 29.97fps, Frame-based, H.264 High Profile Video: 12500 Kbps, 48000Hz, 16bit, Stereo, MPEG AAC Audio: 128Kbps.

Am I trying to do something that can't be done? Am I overcomplicating something? Am I missing the "photographic crop" filter?

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VideoStudio :: Pro X4 - Losing Quality When Rendering / Burning?

Apr 2, 2012

I'm working on a video to propose to my girlfriend with next month, and I have all the edits done and the project is complete (including the DVD menu), but every time I render it it loses quality, and then when I burn a disk it loses even more quality. I'm just burning it onto a standard DVD so I know it won't stay fully HD, but it's pixelated in several parts which really is annoying.

Some details:

Original file properties (.mts):
File Format: NTSC HDMV
Video Type: H.264 Video, Upper Field First
Attributes: 24 bits, 1920 x 1080, 16:9
Frame Rate: 29.970 frames/sec
Data Rate: Variable bit rate (Max. 20899 kbps)

I don't know what camera they were shot on, a friend did the shots for me and I didn't think I'd need to know the camera specs.

I've tried rendering using several of the default options in the Share tab (MPEG Optimizer, DVD, MP4). So far, MP4 has worked the best.

When I burn it to a disk, though, it gets really bad. I tried burning straight from the project and burning from the rendered video file. Burning from the rendered file was less pixelated, but still not as clean as I want it to be.

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Photoshop :: Pictures Losing Quality When Uploaded

Jul 13, 2009

I'm having some trouble when uploading photos to my company's website, they look fine when editing and then when they are saved to my computer. However, after uploading to our website it looks like they lose resolution quality in areas where colors are changing.

The first image here is the image from my computer, the second is from the website after being uploaded. In the areas between the red jersey material and the white numbering/lettering it just looks strange. Is there something I am not doing right while editing the image, or is the problem most likely in our upload process?

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Photoshop :: Shrinking An Image A LOT Without Losing Quality

May 3, 2004

I use Adobe Photoshop CS, and I was wondering if anyone could help me with a problem I'm having with resizing images.

I'm wanting to resize an image from 485x391 to 100x81, but when I try to do that, the image quality is completely degraded and it goes blurry where the finer details are.

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Photoshop :: Losing Quality/Colorloss When Save As

Oct 8, 2005

why my pictures are losing color when I save as. I've tried jpg at the highest setting, bmp, and gif, and its just not saving my image as it looks in photoshop.
I recently did a fresh install of PS7 and I never had this problem before. I'm thinking there is some setting I need to change, perhaps in 'Color Settings' but I don't know much about it.

I've included a screenshot of what my image looks like in PS7 and how it looks when I save it.

PS7 image -->

saved image -->

As you can see, its completly different colors, especially the ends.

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Photoshop :: Losing Image Quality When Saving To

May 15, 2009

I recently got  a new computer. I use CS3 to edit.  For some reason, whenever I resize the image, save it as a Jpeg and post it to the web, it loses image quality.  Severely.  I've never had this problem before....until this new computer. I usually resize the image to 800, then simply click on Save as Jpeg.  

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Photoshop :: Illustrator File Losing Quality When Opened

Oct 19, 2012

I have simple line drawings in illustrator (outlines of clothes) that I wish to open in photoshop to add colour and effects to. When i have tried to copy and paste (as normal paste, smart object, pixels, path and shape layer) the quality is lost.

I have also tried to open or place the file in photoshop as a .psd, .ai , .pfd and still the quality is lost.I have saved with different resolution settings too, but it always loses quality when it is opened in photoshop.
Is there any way to have a clear line drawing like it is in illustrator in photoshop?

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Photoshop :: Losing Quality When Importing Images Into PS Touch?

Sep 5, 2013

Bringing in 12mp images from Nikon camera and losing quality (blurry edges, low quality, etc).  Is there a setting I can change or is this what we have to deal with on ps touch?

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