1. you upload your photo 2. on 2nd page you tell it (at the bottom of the screen) the pixel size you want. 3. I resize mine to the exact amount hgtv wants 150. 4. download back to your pc and upload to hgtv 5. poof you're done.
Thank you Sandy!!!!! For months I haven't been able to upload any pictures here because HGTV would not accept my pictures no matter what size I resized them too...with this easy program it worked in an instant! Yea!!!!!!!!
"She said she usually cried at least one each day, not because she was sad, but because the world was so beautiful & life was so short"
Ladies, Learned a lot in the last couple of days about posting pictures on this site and kudos to all of you. aMiko
Jan 05, 2013, 07:19 PM
I have alot of photo software for playing and resizing but ... Can some tell me (even when I use this one on-line) why I tell it 150KB and save it I go to properties for the photo and it is nearly twice that size?
Once the FREE utility is installed, you simply go to whatever picture you want to use, right click on it and you'll get a drop down menu with a choice of "resize pictures". There are three sizes, small - medium - large. I choose the small and it comes out fine for posting. It then saves the smaller copy and KEEPs the original picture. You then simply attach the smaller picture.
I take pictures using a very large file size, so on my pictures, this is how a "small" comes out.
I've used this for several years on both Windows 7 and earlier versions, and its has worked flawlessly.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Florida Farm Girl,
If I stitch fast enough does it count as aerobic exercise?
Jan 06, 2013, 11:41 AM
No, someone posted a huge, huge photo. much larger than any i can. the recent one i tried was 183kb and of course it wouldn't put it in. no biggie.
Jan 06, 2013, 12:56 PM
Florida Farm Girl
NT Quilter, I still have my Kodak camera which is the first digital I got, back about 2003. The software still works fine with Windows 7. Once the software is loaded onto the computer, there shouldn't be any need for support from Kodak online. Do you still have the software CD that came with your camera? If so, you might need to reload it and see if that solves the problem. I still use my little camera, too, because its so much smaller than the DSLR Nikon. I can also remove the memory card and insert the card into the reader to download the pictures. Depending on the age of your computer, you may have a card reader on your computer, too. Take a look.
Thanks much for this info. I have to put it on my laptop where I have trouble posting pics.
Jan 07, 2013, 02:05 PM
Originally posted by NT Quilter: I am beginning to think it is my camera. Kodak stopped supporting it because of going bankrupt. I can't download to the program anymore. I love the pics this camera takes.
NTQuilter... I have a older Kodak also and had to literally remove their software from my computer's in order to work with my pictures...I love my camera but not their software....Do you use a SD disk/card ?? to transfer your pics to your computer from the camera..???