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  1. Yasinswar

    Yasinswar Well-Known Member

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    i just made a tut i want to ppost it up but when i uypload it on imageshack it comes out so small how do i nmake it so when i post it it will come out full size? the real size is 600x6500 but when i load it on imageshack it comes out around 70x600 am i saving it wrong?
     
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    Merge Well-Known Member

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    Post the thumbnail to the website, or try different upload sites. imgbox.co.uk or photobucket.com :D
     
  3. Yasinswar

    Yasinswar Well-Known Member

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    will try

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    dont work :( it still comes out really small like a preveiw
     
  4. Eklipse

    Eklipse Senior Member

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    i think when you go to upload on imageshack there is a box which resizes the image have this UN ticked and it should be ok
     
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    Make sure the re-size box isn't ticked, then try again. ;)
     
  6. johndapunk FTW

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    Imageshack only allows images up to 1.5 MB. Make sure it is less then that, or it's going to resize it.
     
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    To resize your images, by byte size download a program called XnView its great for stuff liek that.
     
  8. johndapunk FTW

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    Also, make sure you have saved it as JPEG, not PNG or GIF. JPEG has the least quality, but the size is more economical. (plus the great quality isnt needed for tuts.)
     
  9. V1sual B1nary

    V1sual B1nary Well-Known Member

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    Yeah upload things re size like hell especially if its a tut or something, best to get someone who rents a server or owns one to do it for you.
     
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    Imageshask only allows images under 1.5MB big, if your tutorial is larger than 1.5MB you will need to find a website that allows larger uploads.
     
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    Just upload it on photobucket.
     
  12. V1sual B1nary

    V1sual B1nary Well-Known Member

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    That re sizes aswell, not sure of the limit size though, i know it resized a few of my very details sigs so i dunno if it can have a whole tut on it.
     
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  14. longhornfreak

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    try soulchamber.us

    or pictiger.com
     
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