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TonSe
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Resizing images

Post by TonSe »

Hello,
Great tool!!! But. I'm trying to resize pictures. I can't get it to work.
The image description:
test.jpg; 695kb; 3504*2336 pixels Colors:16M
I tried it on two pocket pc's. One with free memory of 42Mb the other with 60Mb ree memory.
I want to resize to 200*150 pixels for web use, while i'm on-the-road.

When i presse resize it doesn't do antyhing.
Does anyone have a solution for this

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Re: Resizing images

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TonSe wrote:Hello,
Great tool!!! But. I'm trying to resize pictures. I can't get it to work.
The image description:
test.jpg; 695kb; 3504*2336 pixels Colors:16M
I tried it on two pocket pc's. One with free memory of 42Mb the other with 60Mb ree memory.
I want to resize to 200*150 pixels for web use, while i'm on-the-road.

When i presse resize it doesn't do antyhing.
Does anyone have a solution for this
Strange, with 60Mb there is enough space... I'll check
Pierre.
Playander

The same problem

Post by Playander »

I faced the same problem.
I tried image of 4Mpx - it works OK.
I tried image of 6Mpx and 8Mpx - it does not work.
champivole
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problem to resize

Post by champivole »

Nothing happens when I tryed resizing a jpeg 5.67 image from a Canon PowerShot A650 tranfered to Ipaq 214.
But with a smaller size from the same image (obtained without problem using trial version of a Resco software) I can resize it with XnView poket.
How to resolve this problem?
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Post by champivole »

precision: I wanted to say 5.67 Mo image, sorry
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Re: Resizing images

Post by rra »

I found a strange bug in the resize-option:

when I resize a JPG file the image looks rather smooth,
however when I try to resize the same file (but in this case converted into PNG format with the same pixel-dimensions using XNVIEW for windows)
the image looks very "quantisized" with a large amount of staircasing.
The PNG image looks fine under XNVIEW for windows,
so it has something to do with the image-resizer in the pocket-version .
I have version 1.51 on a PDA with WM6.1 .

René
sssnej
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Re: Resizing images

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I tried to use the programm on a HTC Touch HD with WM 6.1. All the tools (resizing, turning, cutting, ...) do not do anything. And it is imposible to view the pictures in landscape mode (at least I didn't find an option to do so). Am I doing something wrong or is the programm simply not working?
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Re: Resizing images

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No answer at all?

A programm that works fine is Spb Imageer.
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Re: Resizing images

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sssnej wrote:I tried to use the programm on a HTC Touch HD with WM 6.1. All the tools (resizing, turning, cutting, ...) do not do anything. And it is imposible to view the pictures in landscape mode (at least I didn't find an option to do so). Am I doing something wrong or is the programm simply not working?
Which picture size do you try?
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Re: Resizing images

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sssnej wrote:I tried to use the programm on a HTC Touch HD with WM 6.1. All the tools (resizing, turning, cutting, ...) do not do anything. And it is imposible to view the pictures in landscape mode (at least I didn't find an option to do so). Am I doing something wrong or is the programm simply not working?
It does work perfectly. What got me in the beginning though is that you have to push the "resize"/"adjust"/etc.. button, not the "ok" button in the task bar, that just closes the dialog.
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