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Best source image to start with for PowerGallery

Thread began 2/17/2010 2:41 pm by WilliFixit | Last modified 2/17/2010 3:34 pm by WilliFixit | 642 views | 2 replies |

WilliFixit

Best source image to start with for PowerGallery

I will be uploading scores of images for several galleries. I see from the files created by PowerGallery (from source images) that the largest file is 1024 x 768 at 96 dpi and 24-bit color depth.

Since I am starting with images that are MUCH larger than that, and want to streamline that process, I will be resizing images in Photoshop (just after the images are tweaked) and then uploading them to a folder on the server, and then letting PowerGallery convert them.

So...

What would be the best size/resolution(dpi)/bit-depth for these images (as source images) for the PowerGallery to work with?

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Justin Nemeth

1024x768 is the largest size that PowerGallery currently uses, so I would say that should be your minimum size. All of the sizes are created automatically from your source image to work with the galleries.

In terms of dpi and bit-depth, I don't think it matters too much since the images will be auto resized. If possible i would convert a few of your images and upload them just to make sure the results look good to you.

-justin

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WilliFixit

Thanks, Justin!

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