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PinkieMoscow 06-02-2010 07:48 PM

Proper image resizing?
 
Hi, is there a proper way to resize an image??

I just open in paint and resize there threw the resize/skew option.

It seems like my pictures get a little messed up when I do this. >.<

ty 4 help

propr'one 06-02-2010 08:00 PM

if in mspaint you cant stretch/skew use the imageshack.us rez'r.

PinkieMoscow 06-02-2010 08:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by propr'one (Post 1425503)
if in mspaint you cant stretch/skew use the imageshack.us rez'r.

Thanx propr'one

Boots R 06-02-2010 08:28 PM

you can also try pixlr.com

MarkD 06-02-2010 08:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PinkieMoscow (Post 1425499)
Hi, is there a proper way to resize an image??

I just open in paint and resize there threw the resize/skew option.

It seems like my pictures get a little messed up when I do this. >.<

ty 4 help

You have to resize by the same factor in both x and y directions or the image will be distorted. You can use a free program called Irfanview to resize pics.

It's described here: http://lifehacker.com/345755/batch-r...with-irfanview


Here is another good tutorial: http://www.somewhere-in-time.net/tutorial/irfanview/

PinkieMoscow 06-02-2010 09:18 PM

Hey wow, thanks guys.

MarkD, thank you I was infact looking for downloadable software.

=D

craigIS 06-02-2010 09:51 PM

I don't re-size any more because I use flickr.com to share photo's, and I can select a size. If your looking to re-size to a smaller size, you can use Microsoft Office Picture Manager. All you do is right click on the image you want to re-size, and select "edit". Simple, no downloading.

hockeyfan27 06-03-2010 12:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by craigIS (Post 1425544)
I don't re-size any more because I use flickr.com to share photo's, and I can select a size. If your looking to re-size to a smaller size, you can use Microsoft Office Picture Manager. All you do is right click on the image you want to re-size, and select "edit". Simple, no downloading.

I don't know when this feature was included in the MS office suite, but I'm pretty sure it was pre office 2003. You can download the tool seperately. Just google "Image resizer". There is a download from the microsoft site.


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