How to resize the Images to smaller and compress the capacity?

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I do have some large size of images, the average size of the images are 450kb to 800kb. I want to upload those to my web site. But it always take so much of time to upload since the uploading speed is little slow over here on the other hand the image size does not fit with my web page. I would like to know that what is the best way to resize the images to lower and  compress the image file size?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #81024

How to resize the Images to smaller and compress the capacity?

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Hello!

You need to use a special image processing software, like for example: ACD See.

After you will install the application, you need to open the ACD See PhotoManager, double click the picture you want to resize, go to Modify menu, and click resize. A window will appear on your screen, asking you the custom size (resolution) you want. Make sure that the "Preserve aspect ratio" option is checked.

If you want to recompress pictures: double click the picture you want to recompress, go to the Modify menu, click "Convert File Format" , choose JPG, click format settings on the right, and slide the cursor from the right to the left, (Choosing a value under 60 will compress the picture too strong, and the quality of the picture will decrease very dramatically)

I attached a print screen for you to clearly see how this can be done.

Best regards,

Adrian.

Answered By 0 points N/A #81026

How to resize the Images to smaller and compress the capacity?

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If you have the software adobe PhotoShop any in version I believe it can be resizable in a way by saving it up as jpeg upon saving a jpeg file after that a dialog box will appear and it will show some option on how the image will compress for example 50% it will be at 40kb it depends on the size and how it will look.I advice that you can also save it as PNG and it will automatically compress the actual size and the quality will remain as is.

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