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    ....Image Quality Using Adobe 6.0....


    Hello

    Please let me know how I can made image quality better I have image 1024 X768, I want to resize that at 428 X 358, when I do that image lost his quality & look blur please let me know how I can fixed that problem and how I can make image quality better.

    Please reply me soon

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    when u resized did u do it proportianlly? usually that keeps quality....
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    hello

    Dear LethaLilluzion

    yes i do that but result in not well images is still blur please let me help.

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    ok there are two things you can do.

    first try changing the resampling mode to bilinear - this does less smoothing and should lead to less bluryness.

    you could even try nearest neighbour but the results might be a little erratic.

    Also (and this sounds really obvious) resize as normal and then apply a sharpen filter to the image. This should lift the detail out of the softened image.

    Hope that helps!

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    Hello

    Thanks yr help, i have applied all that techniques, but result is still there image blurnes is sure less, but the images text look distort please let me know another tip for do best that.

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    ok when u save it as jpeg or gif or whatever u save it as.....there should be a pull down menu after u click to save and it says picture quality or somethin....click the "best" or "highest" quality selection and then click ok and it should save it without blurring....
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    Just resize it and use the sharpen filter.

    Filter>Sharpen>Sharpen

    Easy as pIe!

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