31st January 2002, 11:30 AM
1st February 2002, 09:27 AM
Well most of my pic are store in the Jpeg formats as it is one of the most commonly used formats and take up less space.
Usually, after I edit a pic, I will store in 2 resolutions, one for print(1536x2304), and another (384x576) for viewing on the net.
12th March 2002, 03:58 PM
Anyone else can help me on this?
I happen to get this cd with images in it from an overseas counterpart. The images are saved in this *.pcd format. Thus allowing me to choose the resolution size of the image when I open it.
Thought that this will be a better way to save images in different resolutions under one filename instead saving it into 3-4 different files.
12th March 2002, 04:06 PM
Well.... I don't think consumer software allows saving into PCD format... The most is that they allow you to view it. It can be done at some photo labs (kodak I believe) at a price, but I believe that is only for slides and negatives. Why not just save the file at the largest possible resolution, and downsize it as required? More affordable method.