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Resizing an image

Resizing an image

Resizing an image

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How can I increase the size of a jpeg image using Paint Shop Pro 7.0 without affecting the resolution of the image?

RE: Resizing an image

You can only resize just so far before image quality starts to deteriorate.  What size is the image now, how big/small do you want the final image, and what is the current resolution?  Also, are you going to print the image or show it on a web page - makes a big difference.

The best thing is to just try it.  You ,ight be surprised.

There's always a better way.  The fun is trying to find it!

RE: Resizing an image

Give www.imagener.com a try.  There's a freeware version.

It claims to optimise resolution for enlargements and seems to do a better job than bicubic resampling.  There's a resolution hit when you do anything to a jpeg image!

Ken

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