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Resizing using PaintShop Pro

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Resizing using PaintShop Pro

Postby enlightenme » Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:51 am

Should anyone be using PaintShop Pro to prepare and down-size their photos make sure you dont make the mistake I made. I couldnt figure out why my photos looked as though they had patches white speckles when displayed on my LCD TV screen, this combined with a very 'stark' overall look. The reason was I was using 'Bi-cubic' sampling instead of 'Bi-linear'. Bi-cubic should be used when enlarging an image... Bi-linear for reducing and what a difference it makes. A little sharpening brings the photos up to a good standard to be displayed on tv.
Having said this I am still tempted to purchase the likes of ProShow Gold which I understand does away with the neccessity to resize. John.
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Re: Resizing using PaintShop Pro

Postby Chuck Engels » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:15 am

Thanks for the great tip John. I have Paintshop Pro 7, started with 5 but have since moved to Photoshop Elements.
I still use Paintshop Pro 7 for screen captures, it does a great job and I can quickly add arrows and stuff to the image.
I used it for all of my screen work for the In A Snap and All In One books.

I do know that version 4 seems to handle large size images much better than previous versions, who knows maybe they will get it right eventually.
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