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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2007 8:33 pm 
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hi all,

Currently i want upload my company product picture to a eCatalog.

That eCatalog website only allow picture size in 193px X 193px. So i resize the picture to 193px X 193px, then just uploading. When display picture with description, the picture was display well. The problem is when display a list of product, the 193px X 193px picture will auto resize to small pixel picture. Then the picture will become ugly. So have any solution to solve this kind of problem?

Thanks for any reply.


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You need to resample the image. What program did you use to resize it?

There are freely available image editors that will resample images for you.


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Here's my standard resize procedure for Photoshop - works for most images.

1. resize the image to the smaller size
2. Use Filter -> Sharpen -> Unsharp Mask (Almost always use Unsharp Mask)
Adjust the sliders so that: Amount is fairly high (200 or better), Radius is low (5 pixel or less), and play with the Threshold slider until you get the results you want.

Cheers, Michael


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