Re: JPEG Compression in resize in Vista photo viewer
In Vista if you view a picture you can edit it ( crop, adjust brightnes, etc
). Once you do that the image from 4Mb (10mp) is reduced under 1Mb.
Then if you right click on an image and choose sent to> email a box will
come up asking you the size you want. The result of operation will result in
poor quality images. I expected to see a "quality" control. There is none...
Any advice how can I control the quality in the above cases ?
"Just FYI" wrote:
> I don't recall ever seeing a resizer built into Windows. There's Photo
> Gallery. And there's the little Paint applet. If you're talking about one of
> those, then there's no way to control compression. You have to use a "real"
> graphics program or some other third-party thing to get that level of
> "mc" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to resize some pictures with the resizer that's part of Windows
> > Vista but how do I control quality ? I can control the size by not the
> > quality/compression.
> > I don't see why I should use other apps to do that if is part of the
> > system
> > - I know, I can use the freeware irfanview but why Vista shouldn't provide
> > the very same features especially since there is something in place to
> > resize
> > pictures already.