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    Default Cant save as Jpeg

    Hi all, after doing editing of a Photobook Layout in Photoshop (24X8Inch Canvas size), I cant save the project as Jpeg File. It only allows me to save as Tiff, IFF, PSD and other large format file. I have rasterized and flatten all layers. But it still cant be save as Jpeg. Any ideas Y this happen?

    Regards, Rockers.

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    Default Re: Cant save as Jpeg

    what is the bit size?8 bit or 16 bits?
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    16 Bit......

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    Default Re: Cant save as Jpeg

    jpeg can only save as 8bit,not 16bits
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    Really? Ok will try it. Thanks Spidey...

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    Btw Spidey, where can you reset the Bit to 8?

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    Default Re: Cant save as Jpeg

    image -> mode

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    OK, thanks ortega, will try it on...

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    Default Re: Cant save as Jpeg

    A question, hmm whats the difference between TIFF format? and the rest of the format? Is there any specific use of the particular formats?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Cant save as Jpeg

    Quote Originally Posted by Jefferson View Post
    A question, hmm whats the difference between TIFF format? and the rest of the format? Is there any specific use of the particular formats?
    TIFF = Tagged Image File Format
    Lossless image typically used when one does not want to have image quality loss when passing from one hand (or application) to another. Allows 16-bit colour range. TIFF image maybe in LZW-compressed or uncompressed file mode.


    JPEG =Joint Photographic Expert Group
    Typically lossly image file format used when small storage space or transmission bandwidth is preferred. Allows on 8-bot colour range. Image quality may degrade when repeatedly open and saved or when passed from one hand (or application) to another. Currently, the preferred file format for general usage purposess.

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