VisualVision: professional content publishing software - Web site, self installing or autorun CD DVD, catalog, create and protect ebook, business product catalog, autoplay CD brochure, HTML Help, manual, guide, reference, database import CSV

Welcome, Guest. Please Login or Register.
Apr 26th, 2017, 9:15pm

(this forum has a copy - slightly different and recommended for EWE, click here)
Français * - Español * - Italiano
Home Home Help Help Search Search Members Members Login Login Register Register
Visual Vision **User's** Forum (normal) « controlling image size - export »

advanced search Search for:  
Advanced search...

Max results:

   Visual Vision **User's** Forum (normal)
   Our Products
   PaperKiller / RoboAuthor

   controlling image size - export
« Previous topic | Next topic »
Pages: 1  Reply Reply, or ask/add more Notify of replies Notify of replies Send Topic Send Topic Print Print
   Author  Topic: controlling image size - export  (Read 2636 times)
beaton

YaBB Newbie
*



I love Visual Vision!

  
 
WWW Email

Gender: male
Posts: 1
controlling image size - export
« on: Sep 20th, 2005, 11:33am »
Quote Quote Modify Modify

I've imported a word doc/pdf into robo author and it had images set at 300 dpi. I've resized (shrunk) the images to appear 450 px wide. When I export, the images grow back to their original size ~ roughly 3x bigger than they should be displayed.
 
I'm familiar with the image properties window and the resizing option.
 
Why is this happening and how do you fix it?
Logged

Support Staff
YaBB Administrator
*****



Meow!

   
WWW Email

Gender: male
Posts: 1115
Re: controlling image size - export
« Reply #1 on: Sep 23rd, 2005, 1:33pm »
Quote Quote Modify Modify

When the export / save is to CHM you shouldn't experience problems.
 
Anyway, if you don't want to waste bytes, in order to actually resize an image, you should keep it at 100% within PaperKiller, and do an actual resample externally (the % or size setting of the image properties dialog do touch only how the image is shown, without touching the actual image)
 
To do a hard resize, right click the image, choose "Edit", then resample it within your graphic program.
Logged
Pages: 1  Reply Reply, or ask/add more Notify of replies Notify of replies Send Topic Send Topic Print Print

« Previous topic | Next topic »


VisualVision main Web site
   Easy software tools from Visual Vision:
        
Visual Vision **User's** Forum (normal) » Powered YaBB 1 Gold - SP1!
YaBB © 2000-2001, XNull. All Rights Reserved.
This forum © 2001-2008 VisualVision and VisualVision Users