Kjn Posted May 29, 2006 Share Posted May 29, 2006 I tried Search but couldn't really find the words to the problem. I tried 'lossy jpg' and got nothing of assistance. So I throw myself on the mercy of the board... http://www.dognationrocks.com/newwolf_o ... 24x768.jpg http://www.dognationrocks.com/newwolf_o ... 24x768.gif the original image was a gif. Set resolution to 96 dpi. I wanted to make it 1024x768 so I increased the canvas size with the gif centered. I then filled the extra canvas on both sides using the paint bucket tool. Simple right? When I save this as either gif or jpg I get a seriously screwed up file seen at the url above. I've tried flattening before saving too but get the same results. Is it because I started with a gif? Is my resolution too low? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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