View Full Version : Omfg!!!
April 3rd, 2002, 04:48
How do I make an image stop losing its quality, ffs? I made an image in PSP7, saved it as a .jpg, when opened in PSP7 it looks really good; high quality and everything. When I try using it in an image splicer, a HTML page or anything else; the quality looks really bad! I've mucked around with each program's quality settings and got them all on the highest possible option, but it doesn't do anything.
April 3rd, 2002, 05:22
Well, it should. You probably had it to "save for web" (or whatever) at the same time as you sliced.
Btw, slice before you save as JPG. Since JPG uses lossy compression the image will lose some quality every time you save it. That's why one sees so many lousy JPGs on the Web. Never do anything to a JPG. Turn it into .psp or .bmp first and then back to JPG when you're done with it.
April 4th, 2002, 01:22
Well...That would be a good idea except I didn't save it as a .psp at all, so now all I have is this .jpg:
The quality on this is fine, but when I splice it, it looks really ----ty. :(
April 4th, 2002, 04:13
Hey whiny, I tried with your jpg and it worked just fine. DO you check what the optimizing is set to? :devious2:
PSP sucks at optimizing and jpg's get way too big but it doesn't destroy them. :p
April 4th, 2002, 04:33
I sliced with some program called Dicer or something, and when I did it with that it went all gakky.
<add> I had the quality level set to the highest it would go in the dicing program.</add>
April 4th, 2002, 04:40
Do it in PSP then. :p
Is that Dicer by ShoeString? I have that too but I do'em as BMPs and then convert and save as JPG with another program.
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