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Old 03-21-2010, 09:47 AM   #1
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How to Resize/Manipulate Images

Hey boys and girls, the Junkman here with a new video that will instruct you on manipulating images for email and/or posting on the Internet. With today's cameras, images are very large in size and folks are finding this out upon attempting to email or upload these images to a website or forum. After watching this video (which will play within your web browser), you will not only go get yourself some free image manipulating software, but also learn how to use it to re-size (among other things) your images. This will make them email friendly as well as Internet board friendly too.

If you have any questions about the software, contact Faststone at [email protected]. They are paid to answer any questions about their software and know more about it that I do! Once you get your images resized, you can go here in order to learn how to post them.

Without further ado, click here for the video!

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Love Faststone!!!! I've been using it as my default image processor for more than a year now! Perfect for minor manipulations and effects. When I need to do more than minor corrections, like eliminating "noise" etc......then I pull up the photoshop CS, that program is just so labor intensive.

Faststone is easy to use and a lot can be done with it!!

Great video AJ!
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Love Faststone!!!! I've been using it as my default image processor for more than a year now! Perfect for minor manipulations and effects. When I need to do more than minor corrections, like eliminating "noise" etc......then I pull up the photoshop CS, that program is just so labor intensive.

Faststone is easy to use and a lot can be done with it!!

Great video AJ!
I'm exactly like you. Great for those fast changes to images and I also break out PS for the big stuff. They have really done an excellent with Faststone.
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Great post, reguardless of what Spiderpat says about you I think you are helpful
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Great post, reguardless of what Spiderpat says about you I think you are helpful


I just realized something... how did we get Raid and Spidey to work together? He should fear you like the reaper!
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I'm exactly like you.
I have to say, I don't think your cans or ass are half as nice as hers.

Nice video though, no tribute for me yet?
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I have to say, I don't think your cans or ass are half as nice as hers.

Nice video though, no tribute for me yet?


I have to have the perfect video series for you Ponch, but I think I've found it!
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What's wrong with the right click on a picture email and resize feature of Windows?



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Windows "itself" does not have the ability to resize a picture. You are using a third party program to do that. Windows has the Picture and Fax viewer. It can only rotate images.
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Windows "itself" does not have the ability to resize a picture. You are using a third party program to do that. Windows has the Picture and Fax viewer. It can only rotate images.
Windows XP, open explorer, right click on JPG image select "Send To" => Mail Recipient.

First thing it asks is whether or not you want to reduce the image, click on show options and it gives several choices.

Please read here (thank you google): http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...t/instant.mspx

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