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Photobucket Question

This is a discussion on Photobucket Question within the Tech Corner forums, part of the Everything But Cigars category; Does anyone know how to make the photobucket pictures fit the puff screen, with out re sizing each picture? Thanks ...

  
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    Smile Photobucket Question

    Does anyone know how to make the photobucket pictures fit the puff screen, with out re sizing each picture?

    Thanks

    Dave

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Maybe its your camera setting on pic size Dave.
    I smoke old stogies I have found, short but not to big around....

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Quote Originally Posted by cigar loco View Post
    Maybe its your camera setting on pic size Dave.

    I lowered the resolution!

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Try a test on this thread.
    I smoke old stogies I have found, short but not to big around....

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Quote Originally Posted by cigar loco View Post
    Try a test on this thread.

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    I upload my pics on my computer then open them with a free program called IrfanView and usually lower the image size to about 15 to 20%. Then upload them on Photobucket. I believe there is an "edit" option on photobucket. But my computer is old and that function tends to slow it down alot, so I use the IrfanView first then upload. That way you won't loose alot of resoltion and don't have to lower your camera resolution settings.

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Size looks good Dave, if we could only fix the photographer that easy !
    I smoke old stogies I have found, short but not to big around....

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Quote Originally Posted by thebayratt View Post
    I upload my pics on my computer then open them with a free program called IrfanView and usually lower the image size to about 15 to 20%. Then upload them on Photobucket. I believe there is an "edit" option on photobucket. But my computer is old and that function tends to slow it down alot, so I use the IrfanView first then upload. That way you won't loose alot of resoltion and don't have to lower your camera resolution settings.
    Thanks
    Not good at tech but did find edit, it seems it will only edit one photo at a time and I post so many it's to time consuming.

    I'll look at IrfanView!

    I am not fixable Kym ask any of my X's

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Any one with an ex. is left broke for sure !

    You want smaller pics than you just posted ?

    Maybe the program you use to download off the camera has some options.
    I smoke old stogies I have found, short but not to big around....

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    Re: Photobucket Question

    Here is a link to a free download Dave:
    IrfanView - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com

    Once you download the program, you right click on the file and open it with Irfanview. Then use the "image" menu, then "resize/resample and you can either do it by a particular size you want or by percentage.
    There is alot more other options you can do with it there (rotate, change colors, ect....).


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