Kodak easyshare and Red Eye correction

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Tecumseh, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. Tecumseh

    Tecumseh Guest

    Hey all,
    I have the Easyshare software and a Kodak DX4330 camera.
    Everytime I zoom in and left click to correct red eye, I simply put blotches
    on the face or do not correct the red eye.
    Is there a trick to this?
    Tecumseh, Mar 17, 2005
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  2. Haven't tried this with Easyshare (cause I think that software is not so
    good) but I suspect it will work the same as most red eye (reduction)
    software in that it will put a darker dot over the spot where the cursor is
    at the moment you click. So the answer should be - put your cursor in the
    middle of one eye and click - repeat with second eye if appropriatre.

    Gerrit 't Hart, Mar 17, 2005
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  3. Tecumseh

    Ron Baird Guest

    Hey Tecumseh,

    You should be seeing some 'crosshairs' when you use the red eye tool. place
    the crosshair in the center of the red eye. Another cross hair will appear
    for you to use on the second eye. That should do it. Give it another try,
    Tony, it works pretty well.

    Talk to you soon,

    Ron Baird
    Eastman Kodak Company
    Ron Baird, Mar 18, 2005
  4. Tecumseh

    beuzet Guest

    It happened to me a few times with the EasyShare software. Usually
    black blotches on the lips of my granddaughter.

    The good news is that the original is saved in a hidden sub-directory
    called "Originals" wherever you installed the EasyShare software.
    The bad news is that the saved original is only about half the size
    of the original JPEG.
    beuzet, Mar 20, 2005
  5. Tecumseh

    Ron Baird Guest


    If you correctly place the red eye option you should not have any trouble.
    It will remove the red and leave only a dark area where the pupil of the eye
    was anyway. Also, when you save the image in EasyShare, you can create a
    copy or save to the original file. I will adjust the original that is stored
    on your hard drive. It should not change the size of the image file unless
    you have reduced it yourself. EasyShare software allows you to save the file
    in a number of sizes depending on your need or use.

    Talk to you soon, Beuzet

    Ron Baird
    Eastman Kodak Company
    Ron Baird, Mar 22, 2005
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