not so easy for me to load pic.

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Tommybza, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. Tommybza

    Tommybza Member

    This is a B. buster
    I really have no problem to resize but the file size is a killer 65k any pointers . dose the file include all pictures in my file on the drive . oh maybe i should make file for each pic.
    any help would be great . I looked at the help page here but when i go to down load it ?????

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  2. Squidbait

    Squidbait Recovering ALCO-holic

    Off-site hosting, dude. Photobucket and the like. Until they change the size limits here, it's not worth the effort to try to squeeze your pics into 640 x 480.
  3. Tommybza

    Tommybza Member

    hey thanks
    well givt a whirl
  4. Biased turkey

    Biased turkey Active Member

    Making a file with each picture could help, but maybe it still would be over the maximum allowed file size.
    Even when reducing a single picture .jpg file to a 320 x 240 pixels size I'm over the size limit.

    As Squidbait mentions, off-site hosting is a very good solution. I use The Gauge Gallery.
  5. Tommybza

    Tommybza Member

    Both are handy i got lined up for the hosting thank you for that idea , and i did some on the Gauge gallery I think the issue is i like to play with the pictures before i post them so this adds alot of space .even after i resize them , next will be to learn how to get from the hosting site to the gauge .url, html ect it is all new to me. jep so time to feed the monkey
    rock and roll on
  6. rogerw

    rogerw Active Member

    if you have a hosting site allready you can use that url
  7. jambo101

    jambo101 Member

  8. Biased turkey

    Biased turkey Active Member

    I use The Gimp for resizing . The Gimp is freeware and there is a version for both Windows and Linux. It's a top quality program .
  9. LoudMusic

    LoudMusic Member

    Photoshop and Gimp both have options for optimizing for web saving. You can get 800x600 pixel images into very reasonable file sizes without too much loss in quality.

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