"JPEG Options" - how to Turn Off?

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by Zal, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. Zal

    Zal Guest

    I'm preparing digital images for making Slides.
    As soon as I "Save As", the "JPEG Options" shows up.
    I guess, I don't need the file to be compressed ?
    The file becomes small, from ~3MB to ~80KB.
    Aren't Slides need the original file size ?

    Thanks!
     
    Zal, Feb 24, 2004
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    jjs Guest

    Select 100 percent, or MAXIMUM and you should be okay.
    If you are using Automate (droplet or batch) just create an action and
    answer all the questions, then use the action.
     
    jjs, Feb 24, 2004
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    Eric Gill Guest

    I guess, you don't need to be saving in JPEG format, which, is, like,
    compressed.
     
    Eric Gill, Feb 24, 2004
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    Tacit Guest

    I'm preparing digital images for making Slides.
    All JPEG files are compressed.

    What's more, JPEG uses "lossy" compression. That means the image quality is
    degraded in order to make the file smaller.

    JPEG is only suitable for situations like the Web, wqhere file size is
    important and image quality doesn't matter.

    If you don't want to compress and degrade your images, do not use JPEG.
     
    Tacit, Feb 24, 2004
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    jjs Guest

    True, but I think we should stop reminding these people, then look back a
    few years from now at the wasteland of compressed images lost to time. It's
    evolution, Tacit! Let it happen!
     
    jjs, Feb 24, 2004
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    Xalinai Guest

    Would you accept: All cases where the image size is so big you don't
    care for 8 pixel square artifacts? Like images 6000x4000 pixels or
    bigger.

    Michael
     
    Xalinai, Feb 25, 2004
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