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  1. It's not that excessive... all you need to do is crop it... and resize it vertically before I have to say that I don't really know what can you use it for... It can give you some extra detail in very small screens, like phones and portable consoles (wallpapers, images with a fixed size). The the difference between this and a normal resize isn't that big, so you should save the files in a lossless format (.png). I may update the plugin to crop after resizing, or maybe someone could do it for me (the code is in the zip)
  2. The algorithm only resizes by half in the horizontal direction. Try reading in the page and understanding what it does and why. You should resize the image normally to the desired width*2 and height, then apply the filter, and then crop it to width x height.
  3. MODERATORS NOTE: this plugin has been superseded by a newer version: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/32402-sublcd-v12-jan-9-2016/ I was bored and I decided to try doing a filter for fun, so I coded a little resize plugin based on the SubLCD algorithm by Kim Øyhus. This is also the first time I try coding a plug in... Not that I spent much time with it. It's useful if you want to display your images in a LCD/Plasma screen as it gives the apearence of a little more resolution. It's what's used to render fonts nowadays. For more information check: http://oyhus.no/SubLCD.html Now following with some samples (normal resize on the left, SubLCD on the right): Some lines generated with some Paint.net line generator plugin... Text! A logo... notice the sleeves, look much sharper with SubLCD. A colour picture where it's "easy" to spot difference: look at the details in the helmet, and the holes. All pictures should at least look sharper on a LCD screen. Download it here: http://web.ist.utl.pt/tcf/rand/sublcd/sublcd.zip BTW: You should crop half of the image after using the plugin. I didn't bore to see how it's done. :oops: The source, I used CodeLab, is in the zip. Enjoy. sublcd.zip