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Hi ,.

I have a problem with resizing from original size to 740 Mpix I will ended up to broken edges and bad qualityI try to up load a sample of that .Is there any body to help me .Many thanks !.

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740 MP? Unlikely... do you mean 740 kP, i.e. 0.74 MP? (Bear in mind that most digital cameras have 6 - 12 MP sensors)..

If you are down sizing to < 1MP you are losing a lot of information so it is not surprising that the picture looks of poorer quality..

Best wishesMike..

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It looks like whatever you're using to do the downsizing isn't interpolating pixels very well. What software are you using, and how are you doing the resize?..

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I use Microsoft photo editor and simply I chose Image > resize>(smooth- pixel )and finally 740 Kpi in longest side.Jahan..

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It appears to be the software the is not doing the best job. I use a Mac, so don't have the Microsoft software. I took your image posted and resized it in GraphicConverter. There is no noticeable difference between the resized image and the original displayed at 70%. Try a different application like PhotoShop and I'm sure you'll like the results..


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Thanks , I will try the other S/W .Jahan..

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Photoshop would certainly do the trick, but it's kind of overkill, and it's pricey. You might already have a program called Microsoft Picture Manager - it comes with Office, I believe. It could do a better job, and it has some basic photo touchup tools, too, like lightening an underexposed photo..

Irfanview is a nice program that could also do it for you. It's a free photo browser with some basic editing:

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It's hard to believe that even an idiot like Unka Bill would make an application that works like that! It's not rocket science or even computer science (anymore). Are you using it correctly?.

There are MANY free and cheap photo editors that will do a good job of resizing:.

Piccasa, Faststone, and Photoshop Elements would be high on my list..

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Jahangir wrote:.

I use Microsoft photo editor and simply I chose Image >resize>(smooth- pixel )and finally 740 Kpi in longest side..

Try using other software to do the resizing. For example, Irfanview - it's free. http://www.irfanview.comYour version:.

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I used the "resample" (lanczos) option rather than the plain but poor quality "resize" option.Most photo editors should be able to do a good quality resize / resample too.Hope this helps,Peter..

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I use elements and it is also useful for far more than image resizing.Mortphoto..

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I prefer Irfan view software too. It's freeware, and it can du really qick and good job for you everytime. cesizing, croping, color and brighteens corections, sharpening, effects.... no reason to have Photoshop for this easy modifying.Why does he do it?..

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