Questions about the JPEG (`/ˈdʒeɪpɛɡ/ jay-peg`) file format. JPEG, seen most often with the `.jpg` extension, is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital photography.

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What should dpi be when saving artwork for web? [duplicate]

When saving artwork made in Illustrator for web, what should the dpi be when saving it as a JPG or PNG? For example, say I save my artwork at 500px wide, is it better to save it at 72 dpi or 300 ...
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Photoshop CC: convert to frame timeline releases only one frame

I have a 20 second animation brought in from After Effects as a jpeg sequence. When I import it, it makes a video timeline, but I need to delete individual repeat frames so I can add a delay to reduce ...
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Why is pdf created from indesign file with just jpg smaller than size of jpg

Why is pdf created from indesign file with just jpg smaller than size of jpg. My indesign file is simply an A1 size document, I add a 9mb (4000 x 3000) jpeg to the indesign file but when I export the ...
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Actions in Photoshop

I recorder action sequence and toggle dialog window ON on file savings to change a saving file folder. And every time I saving .jpg file it add a "copy" word at the end of file name. How to prevent ...
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Making PNG backgrounds black instead of transparent

I'm working in Photoshop CS5. I have 800+ layers in a PSD file with transparency in them, and I want to export them all individually to JPG (or PNG if possible) - I have this straightened out, but I ...
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jpeg colours not displaying correctly in Chrome, FF and Safari

We seem to be experiencing issues with some of our jpeg product images displaying colours differently across different browsers. (When wrong, they look as if their hues have been shifted and vibrancy ...
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How do I make my *.jpg's border equal in InDesign?

I'm throwing together a newsletter InDesign that requires putting in JPEG images. It looks fine in InDesign but when I export the image to Adobe reader the borders on my images change so that one side ...
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How do I view a JPEG's EXIF data in Gimp?

I would like to view a JPEG's EXIF data in Gimp, perhaps modifying it. How do I do this?
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PSD file that only links to other image files but doesn't contain them

In InDesign, when importing external images, the .indd file stays small, and the images are not embedded in it : the .indd file only contains links to images instead. Is it possible to have the same ...
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Acrobat / Illustrator: Grayscale images lose contrast on import

The original image I imported into Gimp, then converted it to grayscale by switching to grayscale mode. I exported it as Lenna-gray.jpg. After switching back to RGB mode, I exported again, as ...
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transparent jpg?

This is my jpg photo with sky as background. I didn't do anything on it. there are no layers or layer masks. But when I place it in indesign, the background becomes transparent. I don't understand ...
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How can I convert a JPEG to a transparent GIF image, replacing white with transparency?

So I have a JPEG with a white background and want to make it a transparent GIF without walk around job and without Photoshop also. So is there a way to create a transparent GIF image from usual JPEG ...
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how to import a mathematical equation in Corel Draw X5

I have a problem I could not solve. I am doing a poster in Corel Draw X5, and as it is a physics poster, I need to put mathematical equations in it. The Corel built in text editor is just completely ...
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Exporting from InDesign

When exporting from InDesign the result is often fuzzy even when I raise the resolution from 72dpi to 96 or 150. Any text in the file especially looks fuzzy. I rebuild them in Photoshop or Illustrator ...
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Transparency issue in Adobe illustrator when exporting JPEG

I cant figure out why my path which is at 100% opacity and above the red edge of my card, is showing through. I cant even think of how to google this error. I've expanded the "red card" it has a ...
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InDesign/Powerpoint to JPEG for 50" widescreen monitor viewing

I'm trying to export a file (either InDesign or PowerPoint) that can be exported to a JPEG to be viewed on a 50" widescreen monitor off of a thumb drive. There is no computer attached, it is a smart ...
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Save vector to jpeg with white space

I have created some vector graphics and tried to convert them to jpeg to put in my portfolio on web. A few got converted but left no margins around, which does not look professional. Another few got ...
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Animation over a static jpeg picture

I have a (simple) animation gif file (produced using gimp) and a static jpeg picture. I would like to put the animation gif file into the jpeg picture. How can I achieve that without losing the ...
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Jpeg for vinyl printing

I have a been asked to include a logo (Jpeg format) on a vinyl banner that i am producing. Would it be possible to know if this will be work without creating issue with the print. (will it display ...
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JPG file is more grey than file in Photoshop [duplicate]

Hi I'm new to this forum and I have a question. I am a fashion design student and at the moment I am retouching some pictures from a photoshoot. I like the colors I have in Photoshop but when I save ...
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How Do I save Illustration as a Jpeg as it's normal size?

Hi there, I'm really struggling here I am going to print these off in a little while as an A1 I set this up as a JPEG for me to print. The left picture shows the way I want it to print out. The ...
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What is the easiest way to reduce the file size of a TIFF without losing too much of the image's quality?

I have a few high res TIFF files I'd like to reduce in size as they are currently around 20 MB, but need to get them down to no more than 10 MB so I can upload them to a website. Is there a way I can ...
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Picture loses quality upon saving in Photoshop CS5

I am using adobe Photoshop CS5, I am transforming my picture into black and white via "Calculations" and then i apply "Shadows and Highlights" filter. It actually looks very good in Photoshop but it ...
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How can I increase my jpg from 72 dpi to 150 dpi and not have the printable size shrink?

I have to print some banners that will be 2'x3'. They will have different company logos on them sized as large as I can to fit on the banner, with 3 lines of text below. The problem is many of my ...
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Same view, different hex codes. Which one is true?

I'm working on Yandex social media covers and the problem is the yellow. First of all, this is my color profile (same with the project owner) And the code given to me is #fedc4a. But when I export ...
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Trying to save an Illustrator document to a 20K GIF/JPG

I need the file to be exactly 20K. When I save it as JPG, the smallest I can get it is 32K. When I save it to Web, the largest I can get it 2K...is there an in between or a way to save it exactly that ...
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resize image from original to different smaller sizes

Assume that I want to resize a large image (i0) into different smaller images (i1, i2, i3... where i0 > i1 > i2 > i3 ...) and keep the original ratio when doing the resize. I wonder which of the ...
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How to Set JPG Type as The default save type in Photoshop CS6

Is there any option to save a file only in .jpg file format in Photoshop CS6? Actually I don't want to take any scrolling to indicate JPG mode when I'm going to save or save as an image.
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Convert .JPG to Vector

Is there a way to convert a .JPG image in to vector format? I'm using Illustrator and I've tried that "Image Trace" but the result doesn't look any where close to my original. Plus, I cannot select ...
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Photoshop CS6: Export data sets as jpg?

just stumbled over this site, perhaps somebody here can be of assistance. I've been creating a large data set to create a large number of separate files with similiar layout. Works great so far, the ...
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Can't save PSD as JPEG

I have a PSD file with one layer. When I try to save as JPEG it doesn't show JPEG and other formats as an option. It only displays a limited set of formats (5) including Photoshop. When I manually ...
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Why does Photoshop want to save JPEG as quality '10' out of 12?

I'm currently editing a bunch of images (JPEGs) and Photoshop keeps wanting to save them as 10/12 instead of 12/12. Why does it constantly want to save it as 10/12 instead of 12/12? Is there an ...
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Why does my CMYK file have crazy neon colors? [closed]

I am new to Illustrator but made a very cool file with photos & text to print as 11x14 poster. A JPEG file is needed to bring to the printer (using Costco which usually works fine). But when I ...
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How can I reopen my psd file and view the layers?

I saved my work as a jpg from photoshop but now i need to make edits to the file. How can I view th layers again in photoshop? I need to add a complete da
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How can I modify the image color to remove some color?

I have an image like this one: Is there a way that I can modify the colors of this image to remove some blue and make it into an image with just shades of grey?
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Is it possible to crop a JPEG image without losing quality for the kept part of the image?

Is it possible to crop a JPEG image without losing quality for the kept part of the image? Or phrase the the question differently: Is it possible to crop a JPEG image without compressing the kept part ...
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How does this image interleave from grayscale to color?

I came across this image (re-uploaded below) that seems to load with interleaving on. There is also another pass between the blue/yellow pass that is a lower resolution full-color version of the ...
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To resize image without recompression?

Got this jpeg image that has incorrect proportions. That's how it should look but here's the thing - by simple means of resizing and recompressing it to jpeg, after conversion the size gets bigger and ...
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Why do people use JPG images?

I see JPG images everywhere. But why? PNG files have opacity, while JPGs do not. I've tried exporting some images to PNG and JPG to compare size, and they both either match up or the PNG is ...
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When resaving JPEGs, the file size increases, but the quality is not changed – why?

I was experimenting with JPEG quality loss upon resaving and noticed that not only (even after four resaves) did the quality not degrade (down to pixel level), but the file sizes actually increased by ...
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How to determine what quality a JPG was saved as?

When saving JPG images with Pixelmator or Photoshop, I select a quality from the scale 1–100 that gives optimum file-size. Later on, I sometimes take these images and crop them a little more (not ...
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Why does a JPEGs file size increase after cropping and saving for web in Photoshop?

When I save my image for the web in Adobe Photoshop, the produced jpeg is larger than the original jpeg file. The only alteration done to the image is cropping. How is this possible? I am saving the ...
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File Dimension Problems - Saving as JPEG and TIFF vs PDF

I have just submitted my first design to a print shop; an advert for a magazine measuring 3.333" x 4.583" at 300 dpi. This was a simple design created in Photoshop, layering a logo over an image. When ...
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How can we talk about the “resolution” of a JPEG file?

A JPEG is characterised with three parameters: width (pixel), height (pixel) and bit depth (bits per pixel). And resolution is a characteristic for output devices, e.g., monitors or printers. Why? ...
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Image looks 'foggy' when exported as CMYK jpeg from Photoshop

I'm editing an image for print and I've got it all set up how I want in Photoshop (cs5), but when I go to File > Save as > Jpeg (quality 12, Baseline standard) the colours all seem duller and ...
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What is the easiest way to have a better quality image from a given image

I am a novice for graphic design. I have a low quality image which is given by my friend, its size is really small, but we want to make it bigger and clearer so that we can use it as a banner or logo ...
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How many times can I open and resave a jpeg until its quality noticeably drops?

This isn't a problem I'm currently facing, rather just a curious thought. I know that every time you open and resave a jpeg it will lose information, How many time could you do this until there is a ...
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Is there a way to preserve EXIF data when converting file from JPG to PNG?

I have following requirements: Convert JPG image to transparent PNG Preserve the tags given in JPG image and have it in PNG image as well. When I convert JPG image to transparent PNG, the EXIF ...
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How to reduce the file size of a PSD image with minimal quality loss?

I have a full colour PSD image file which I want to convert to a format that can be easily shared on the web. The current size is of the PSD is around 7MB. I want to reduce the file size to ...
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Large web background image - how to split into JPG and PNG part

On a website I'm working on, the design team wants a large background image. Uncompressed, it is several hundred kilobytes (both in JPG and PNG). Most parts of the background image are blurred, but ...