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File size limit???


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Posted by PHFaust on April 22, 2003 at 00:25:49:

In Reply to: File size limit??? posted by Jud on April 21, 2003 at 23:38:15:

:When I upload pictures from my digital camera, I get a message stating I am only allowed a 250k file size limit. When I registered to be able to post photos, I got the free registration. It seems like I recall there being other options where you paid to get a larger file size limit. When I go to the photo gallery section now, it doesn't give me the option of acquiring a large file size. Does anyone have any suggestions? What is the average file size of the pictures that are posted on this forum? Any help is appreciated.

:Jud

The paid accounts are for more storage not necessarily for larger files.

If you are using a program such as photo shop, you can downsize the pic by lower quality. In photoshop after you save it asked how you want it saved with low medium and high being options. Saving as 2-3 on low is probably your best bet. This is all assuming you are using that program. Maybe someone else can offer suggestions.

Cindy




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