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Resize Your Image automatically in Photobucket and ImageShack

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To the Friends of Mark1447!;)

 

Heres a Small Guide to Auto Resize your Images of photobucket/ImageShack.us

 

Overview:

 

-People with Slow Internet Connection [56k Dial Up/High Speed Dial Up*, ISDN, or Slow broadband] may experience delays on load up of certain images.. Including users with older PCs with low resource[ Low RAM, CPU, etc]

 

The Higher the resolution [Or Megapixel], the bigger the image and its size, the smaller the image and its type [such as JPEG/GIF], the faster the load of the image and smaller the image and it size.

 

Photobucket/ImageShack Includes a feature that automatically resize your images. [Note if your image is small, don't intend to try this as your image will be shown blurred or incorrect]

 

Photobucket

 

(1) Login to Photobucket http://www.photobucket.com

 

(2) Before uploading your image, select the size you wish to reduce your image to. Select "Reduce to" drop down box [800x600 is better]

 

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(3) after an UPLOAD of your image, it will be reduced, heres a sample of mine:

 

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And there you go =D

 

ImageShack

http://www.imageshack.us

 

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Just select that "Check Box" :"Resize Image?" and select the size! Then Upload !~~

 

Note to others: Please rely on your local image uploader providers Help area for similar information!

 

*High Speed Dial up - refer to as, a software accelerator[Giving from Your ISP~ Such as NetZero/Juno/AOL/MSN or software] for Standard(V.90)/(v.92) 56K Modem, which compress certain packets to/from your computer for a broadband-like connection with limitation

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Now that I found out how to do this I won't have to waste so much time and space manually resizing my photos and keeping the resized versions in a different folder on my computer. Thanks for the tip!

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This is great thanks for posting this up Matt. :tup:

 

Thank you~

 

@R160B8713 ~ Your Welcome mate =]!

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