Re: KEVIN: Maximum Image Size?

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Posted by  Kevin Matthews on March 12, 2002 at 15:32:21:

In Reply to:  KEVIN: Maximum Image Size? posted by Paul Malo on March 12, 2002 at 07:40:47:

Paul, I know excessive image size was suggested as a reson for an earlier posting difficulty, but I would be surprised if that was actually the problem. Please follow up with Artifice Support at "" if you continue to have trouble posting images.

Jacques is on the right track for a maximum image size in terms of viewer convenience, and I agree that 800x600 is a good upper size. (Technically speaking, the Scrapbook can handle much larger images, but they aren't nice.)

Generally I find that most architectural images convey good detail for web viewing if the longer dimension of the image is 700 pixels, and the quality is JPEG level 6 (or high, if you're using software with a verbal quality scale).

Those guidelines would be good to generally follow here.

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