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Old 14 May 2006, 10:30   #31
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Ive tried that but the file size still remains at 1.8MB. Am i just doing something wrong?
You saving them as JPEGs?
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Old 14 May 2006, 10:32   #32
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Ye definately saving them as Jpegs. Will be most upset if I can't upload my photos. They aren't anything special but still!!
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If you e-mail them to simmons0@gmail.com ill have a go, can't think of a reason why its not working without doing it myself.
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Ye definately saving them as Jpegs. Will be most upset if I can't upload my photos. They aren't anything special but still!!
I ve got a HP camera, computer, printer etc so I tend to use the HP image zone program that came bundled with it somewhere, you have to get the pictures quite small if they are good quality to get them below the 200kb threshold I have found. Mine tend to be smaller than 640x480 to get below 200kb.
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Ok think ive cracked it. Will post what ive got in the gallery section.

[edit] Pictures now uploaded, few more than I thought!
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has anyone got anymore pics of that blue and grey ribcarft 750 sport?
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I ve got a HP camera, computer, printer etc so I tend to use the HP image zone program that came bundled with it somewhere, you have to get the pictures quite small if they are good quality to get them below the 200kb threshold I have found. Mine tend to be smaller than 640x480 to get below 200kb.
I'm going to have a nerd moment!

When you save jpg's to should have the option to which compression ratio you require. If you select 10(highest quality, biggest file) then you will not be able to get below 200kb for a 640*480 image, but if you select a compression ratio of something like 7 or 8 you will get below 200kb. Do not go below 6 if you can avoid it as you will start to loose colour depths that are quite noticable.

Nerd Out!

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Just got back from RIBEX too. Terrible crossing from Calshot to IOW.

Felt that the show was very quiet in general and many companies not represented at all. I would have expected some kind of chandlery but sadly nothing provided at all. Did not see any demos of kit but saw lots of empty pontoons.

However thanks to Cookee for sorting me a Ribnet burgee and also to Jon B who took the time to talk to us about the new M7 h/h and intercoms.

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Really enjoyed the show this weekend, great to get to know some of you a bit better. It was a little quiet but that's life.

Thank you to Paul (Jackeens) and to Naughty Buoy from Print Solutions for your help - much appreciated.
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