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JPEG formate

Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2010, 10:11pm

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rita0925

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How do I save my photo to a JEPG formate?
Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2010, 10:35pm

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Staff Only

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I would use Photoshop, but you might not have access to that?

Which format is the photo, and which applications do you have access to?

EDIT: Aculag is way ahead of me. Just read his post. smile

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Posted: Mon, 22nd Mar 2010, 11:53pm

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Aculag

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I'm just guessing it's PhotoKey, based on the icon.

I'm not familiar with the software, but most photo editing suites have a "Save as..." function, and will give you options to save in whatever format you like. I'm sure photokey has the same thing.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Mar 2010, 1:14am

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Axeman

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In the export toolset, select JPEG as the format, set the quality slider to the quality you would like, and click the big Export button. Or, once you have selected JPEG in the Export Toolset, select File>Canvas Export. Or, Click the Canvas Export button in the toolbar at the upper left.