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Postby Eunice_P on Wed Jul 26, 2000 4:21 am

I've went through your site. I found that your strip image size falls on 100K to 200K Bytes! I have to wait extremely long time to download each and everyone of them.<P>Could you adjust your saved image *.jpg option to a compression level of 85% and below? Best to keep the strip size below 90K for easy viewing. I would come more often to view the strips if you would resaved the previous strips to be under 90K. That's all for my opinion.<P>^_^<P>
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Postby SuperdupeKid on Wed Jul 26, 2000 7:40 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Eunice_P:
<B>I've went through your site. I found that your strip image size falls on 100K to 200K Bytes! I have to wait extremely long time to download each and everyone of them.<P>Could you adjust your saved image *.jpg option to a compression level of 85% and below? Best to keep the strip size below 90K for easy viewing. I would come more often to view the strips if you would resaved the previous strips to be under 90K. That's all for my opinion.<P>^_^<P>
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Postby SuperdupeKid on Wed Jul 26, 2000 10:42 am

There the archive has all been resized. I'm going to spend a couple days rescanning a few pages so that I can color them in better or some such so keep an eye out for that *G* Wheeeee! This is so much fun > <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"><P>Rich <P>------------------
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Postby SuperdupeKid on Thu Jul 27, 2000 1:45 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jackiesfridge:
<B>Here's a tip, but it only applies to black & white/grayscale comics.<P>Tip - you can take a 256-greyshade comic, and reduce it to 16 colors with no visible loss in quality. Then, save it as a .GIF. That's how we do all the <A HREF="http://www.jobeth.net" TARGET=_blank>JoBeth.net!</A> strips - each JoBeth!</B> comic is pretty darn big, (generally about 320x500), but if you check, almost all of them are less than 30k, because of this method.<P>
<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>The problem is I do it in rich colors. I tried saving it as a .gif file and a .jpg to compare the color loss etc. The colors got messed up in the gif and the gif was actually /bigger/ than the .jpg so I'm sticking with .jpgs. <P><P>------------------
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Postby Jillian Poisson on Thu Jul 27, 2000 7:56 am

All my files are *.jpg and they are any where from 67-150 K each.<P>------------------
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Postby Jackiesfridge on Thu Jul 27, 2000 8:03 am

Here's a tip, but it only applies to black & white/grayscale comics.<P>Tip - you can take a 256-greyshade comic, and reduce it to 16 colors with no visible loss in quality. Then, save it as a .GIF. That's how we do all the <A HREF="http://www.jobeth.net" TARGET=_blank>JoBeth.net!</A> strips - each <B>JoBeth!</B> comic is pretty darn big, (generally about 320x500), but if you check, almost all of them are less than 30k, because of this method.
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Postby SuperdupeKid on Fri Jul 28, 2000 12:29 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jackiesfridge:
<B>True - like I said, the 16-color thing only works for greyscale or simple-color comics. For complex color stuff or photos, JPG is still the way to go.<P>I hear that JPEG is going to be releasing the JPEG2000 standard pretty soon - better quality than current JPG, and up to 20% smaller in size...<P>
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Postby Jackiesfridge on Fri Jul 28, 2000 5:35 am

True - like I said, the 16-color thing only works for greyscale or simple-color comics. For complex color stuff or photos, JPG is still the way to go.<P>I hear that JPEG is going to be releasing the JPEG2000 standard pretty soon - better quality than current JPG, and up to 20% smaller in size...
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Postby Eunice_P on Sat Jul 29, 2000 5:09 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jackiesfridge:
<B>Here's a tip, but it only applies to black & white/grayscale comics.<P>Tip - you can take a 256-greyshade comic, and reduce it to 16 colors with no visible loss in quality. The comic is pretty darn big, (generally about 320x500), but if you check, almost all of them are less than 30k, because of this method.<P>
</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>Cool! I'm a monochromatic girl! I'm going to try that out too!<P>Eunice P. ^o^
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