What program to resize my pics?


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Kei

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Irfanview
 

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why not try PhotoShop Light Edition? it's useful for most image editing tasks and usually comes free with a purchase of most scanners. :thumbsup:
 

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Paint shop pro v7.0. Very powerful software and very similar to Photoshop, but lighter / faster to load and smaller to install.
 

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Originally posted by Kho King
Paint shop pro v7.0. Very powerful software and very similar to Photoshop, but lighter / faster to load and smaller to install.
Enlighten me on where can I find this software? It is a freeware for download from w3?
 

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Enlighten me on where can I find this software? It is a freeware for download from w3?
Good software never comes free. It used to be free in version 5 (if I remember correctly), but now need to pay for v7.

http://www.jasc.com/products/psp/

V5 is as powerful as version 7...but you need to find a source to download it.
 

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ern..how is resizing done by using photoshop???
or paintshop7?
 

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in paint shop pro v7. Open the original image, click "image" > click "resize". You have the option of choosing % resize or pixel resize. Normally, for web purposes, the longest side (hor or ver) for pixel resize that I would use is 450 pixels.
 

Eugene

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Originally posted by dbchoong
Find a pasar malam.... :)

;)
eh... anybody knows where got pasar malam now?
:what:
 

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bishan central got 2 shops selling near OCBC bank. ;)

Originally posted by Eugene


eh... anybody knows where got pasar malam now?
:what:
 

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if juz for resizing.... i use polyview for viewing and resizing my image files. but not very powerful for editing purposes. but it's free and quite a small program to download.
 

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Hi lefei

Instead of all hifi software you can very well use paint (available under window accessories) and streach to about 60% /70%. But the quality will be gone. Try any way.;)
 

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