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Web graphics/scanner question...
>Date: Fri, 9 Jan 1998 02:24:03 -0500 (EST)
>From: email@example.com (Jeffrey J. Goggin)
\> Despite the well-known inability of CRTs to handle reds
>well, the .TIF files actually look pretty decent ... it's only when I try to
>convert them into reasonable size .JPGs that everything goes to hell in a
>If anyone has any experience in these matters, I'm all ears -- er, eyes.
>Once I get this squared away, I will be putting another 30-40 photos of my
>cars up so this query IS Audi-related in a very roundabout way...
What kind of software are you using for the conversion.? Typically JPGs are
made using "quality" level when converting to this graphics format. It has
to do with how much info is compressed for each pixel. The higher the
number (usually 0-100) the better (but larger) the image. Use something
like 50 for a good image that is not too big.