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  • #1211
    Killerclaw
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    Frequently well I upload to photobucket Fark deletes my images because the are too big in file size. First off, what is the Fark image file size limit, and how can I resize the file without resizing the image?

    #14805
    Mr.BobDobalita
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    what app are you using to edit the photos?

    in photoshop, when you save as a jpg, it gives you the option of the quality, which I’m sure affects the size.. you could probably “save as” and just adjust the quality down and get a smaller pic… who knows though, I’m no expert.

    #14806
    Killerclaw
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    I don’t have, and can not afford Photoshop. I am not using an app to edit my photos other then cropping with the windows image slideshow thing.

    #14807
    sleeping
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    There are some pretty decent free photo editors out there:

    – Irfanview (http://www.irfanview.com/) – This is more of a viewer than an editor, but it has some basic editing/resizing/conversion tools and is easy to use

    – Gimp for Windows (http://www.gimp.org/windows/)- This is a more fully featured editor, probably the closest thing to photoshop you can get (legally) for free…

    #14808
    Mr.BobDobalita
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    Even picasa isn’t too bad….

    but I”m not sure if it can resize without losing size…

    #14809
    corsec67
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    Frequently well I upload to photobucket Fark deletes my images because the are too big in file size. First off, what is the Fark image file size limit, and how can I resize the file without resizing the image?

    The limits on fark are :200K, 640×1100.

    For editing pictures like that, The Gimp does really well.
    http://www.gimp.org/

    #14810
    jpatten
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    i do like Gimp…

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