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Please Help!! File Compression

Please Help!! File Compression

Please Help!! File Compression

I would really appreciate any help anyone can give on PSP6.  I have made an animation with Animation Shop 2.  The file is around 580K and it takes forever to come up.  How can I compress this animation without it changing the quality of the animation?  Any help appreciated!!


RE: Please Help!! File Compression

To a certain extent, you can't- if it's 580K, no reasonable compression technique can make it 40 or 50K (the max file size I'd use for the web as far as total file size, graphics and text, is concerned).

Although I can't say for sure unless I see your image- can you upload it to the web and I can take a look?

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