Photoshop Elements :: High Quality Upload To Facebook - Photos Don't Show
Jul 16, 2013
In Elements 11 on a Windows 8 64 bit machine. I can upload photos to Facebook using the standard quality without any problems.
However if I select the High quality option, the upload appears to work, I get the progress bar, and the done message, and if I select a new album the album is created on Facebook, but the album is empty and the photos do not appear anywhere in etiher the newly created album, or an existing album if that has been selected.
I am trying to import photos from my computer to Photoshop elements 11. It has imported most but wont import some as "file quality is too high". How do I get around this? Do I have to downgrade the quality of my photos? To do editing wouldn't you want the best quality photos to start off with?
i cannot upload photos from Elements Organiser to facebook .. the upload gets as far as 1% and sometimes 12% but stops .. message pops up saying " There was a problem with your internet connection .Please check that the firewall is not blocking Elements Organiser from accessing the internet and that you have a internet connection
1 - Firewall is not blocking EO as i turned of my firewall but still get same message. 2- Have internet access as how come i am typing this on the Adobe site.
have also tried - Edit - Preferences- Adobe Partner and refresh but still same message.
I have a problem with elements 11. I am trying to share my photos on facebook but it will not let me upload them I have activated my account and selected the photos them just comes up to a blank screen and that is a far as I can go.
I've been trying so hard to upload high quality photos on facebook but the compression used by facebook is just so bad that all the hours used to edit the photos is left in vain. There seem to be an action uploadable on Photoshop to keep the quaity of the photo before uploading it to facebook. Is there a similar action/present for lightroom 5 as well?
I know that Facebook reduces the resolution for Facebook cover page and profile picture. However, I have noticed that there are many Pages that uploaded beautiful Cover photo without any reduced resolution (apparently).
For example: URL....can also check out these pages, they have pretty awesome looking Timeline photos!
I've tried using the "magic" size format of 850 x 350 , but it seems that the quality will still be reduced no matter what. The above pages' photos are always pretty clear and not blur like normal pages.
I recently tried to upload some pictures to facebook, i created a new album and started the upload which ran no problem. But when visiting facebook the album is there but it is empty.I have tried several times all to no avail.
how to export my images to a file on my computer in JPEG in a high quality for printing large prints? I have done several to e-mails and facebook. But struggling to figure out how to do it correctly for prints. I would like to submit them to a photo lab, but I am afraid I don't have the correct settings.
When opening my jpeg photos in Photoshop elements 9, once saved elements seems put the image in a format that my Apple Mac isn't compatible with. So when I then try and upload the images to Facebook or other software in a bulk upload the images are highlighted and I therefore can't select them and upload.
I want to export my created Slide Shows made in Photoshop 7 to My Vidieos File on my computer c drive, but it seems that the only option I have is to send it as a WMV Movie file. However, this way loses to much resolution and as I want it transported at high quality, is there any way I can send it that way, say, as a mpeg formatt?
I have edited a series of photographs that I want to upload to Facebook, and it seems that any file I save from Photoshop CS6 will not upload. Facebook reports the following error:
Security Check Required A security check is required to proceed.Below is a snap shot from my Save for Web dialog box, and I don't see anything there that would prevent me from uploading the said image to Facebook
Adobe Photoshop CS6 V13.00 64bit Extended Mac OSX 10.7.4
I want to share photos on Facebook via Photoshop elements 11. I have gone through the steps to do this but it keeps logging into my husband's FB account and sharing there. How can I change the account to my FB account?
I'm pretty new to photoshop, and I've started on a personal project. I want to basically take a video still from a music video and turn it into a poster. Sadly i can not find a good quality version of the video as it is older and not super famous, (kyuss-one inch man). So i found an online video that is better then youtube but not great, and i captured it through the vista snipping tool (screen capture).
Basically I want to take this low quality picture, and turn it into a good quality poster (not huge). What techniques and things must I do? I'll probably have to find a printer near here and require a specific dpi as well.
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) 2816x1584px to 1920x1080px (16:9)
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.
Other thing is that, the original image 2816x2112px (4:3), size- 3.6 MB is displaying in image viewer with 47% and the resized image 1600x1200px (4:3). size- 1.2 MB is displaying in image viewer with 83%, So my questions are: How can i check the quality of a image after resizing it, means the image is exactly same as the original? Or Is David's Batch Processor maintain the original quality of the images after resizing?. I realy need to resize many images for my work.
I have been using Elements 8.0 for some years and it still uploads pictures from my regular camera Sony Cyrbershot. It used to upload from iPhone 4s OK but has not done so for a week. The pictures can be seen in File Explorer and iTunes syncs fine with the iPhone but iPhone is not detecetd at "Get photos from". Clicking refresh does not work.
I created an image using the new Gimp 2.8 update, but when I try to upload the image to Facebook it gets all blurry. Any other photos I upload are fine, and I made another image in Gimp 2.6 of the same size (2400 pixels x 1800 pixels) which uploads normally, but for some reason no matter what I do the new picture made in 2.8 always uploads blurry.
I exported the image to jpeg format (although I also tried png) without messing with the export settings at all. Do I need to change them to make it upload to Facebook normally?
I am an administrator on a Facebook business page and want to create albums and upload photos on this business page. I access the business page through my personal Facebook page. Lightroom authorizes with my personal page and I can upload photos to it no problem but I can't see how to give Lightroom access to the business page
After upgrading to LR 4.4 the publish service to Facebook semms to not work anymore.
I'm publishing from the new LR 4.4 to Facebook. I create a new Collection in LR 4.4, enters a Album name and presses the Create button. I see that the Album is created Ok on my Facebook account Then I add some pictures, and executes 'Publish now' After a minute, I gets the message the the 'Upload failed and no returning string was received from Facebook'.