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Old Jan 21, 2006, 6:27 PM   #1
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What program are you using to resize?

If you are using the adobe products, you can set the method for the resample. Bicubic is usually the default and generally produces the best results for images regarding jaggies. You can try the other options to see if they work better for a particular iimage. Bicubic sharper and smoother are also options on some products. give them a try...
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yea.. make sure its on bicubic sampling and not closest neighbor anything like that..
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if you want to use something quick to resize, i have had very good luck with picasa2. its free as well, and has one of the best interfaces of any image organizer/editor i have ever used.



http://picasa.google.com/index.html
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Good luck Syd, not an expert on this one. Thanks Jaki
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