dipmicro Posted November 26, 2007 Share Posted November 26, 2007 Hello everyone, I use JPG for product picutres, manually create thumbnails in Paint.NET. Scale down the original to 1024x768, fill the background and replace with #FFFFFF. Usual size is around 80-120k. Then I create a small version of 320x240. The file produced by Paint.NET is around 45-55k. This is big! I tried to load and resave with paint, but did not help. So I selected entire picture and created new 320x240 one and pasted there. Then saved with original name and voila - 8k! This is not a random fluke very repeatable. Perhaps its something wrong with JPG generated with my Nikon Coolpix L4, I don;t know. I even went and got MacroMaker so I could automate this with Paint.NET for hundreeds of pictures. Does anyone have an explanation on what's going on? Can JPG store an old version of picture? Thanks Roman Quote http://dipmicro.com/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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