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Images store a two dimensional array. Uncompressed data thus uses up roughly: x dimension * y dimension * size of one channel (usually 1-4 bytes)* number of channels per layer (usually 3-5) * number of layers Note this is a big number for big images. Much of this data is redundant because many layers contain areas of same color etc. Compression acts on ...


Bits. A bit is a single unit of data. A group of bits forms a byte. Generally there are 8 bits per single byte. Groups of bytes form a kilobyte 8bits = 1 Byte 1024 bytes = 1 kilobyte (kb) 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte (mb) 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte (gb) 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte (tb) 1024 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte (pb) ... and so on RGB images are ...


I've been using Photoshop for a long time and there's still features I don't know about or don't know well so this is certainly possible but I really don't think you're right. I'm guessing you're thinking of InDesign which has Display Performance: In Photoshop you can do other things to improve performance such as Cache Options and Graphic Card settings ...


I do this quite often and the biggest tip that I can offer you is to always convert the screen image to a Smart Object before you transform it. I say this because it will allow you to open up that smart object and make any changes that you might need to make in the future to the screen image and not have to re-transform the screen. In the image below, you ...


The problem is that you didn't select a resample filter to downsize the image: Go to Image > Image size. Check Resample Image > Select Bicubic Automatic If you don't want to do this every time: Go to Edit > Preferences > General Under Image Interpolation > Select Bicubic Automatic


I had this same problem and did not find any other discussions addressing this issue, so I thought I'd post the solution for anyone else looking for it here. I fixed it by changing my document resolution (under Image --> Image Size). I started with a 1024x1024 document size, thinking it needed to be the same as my texture resolution. I updated it to ...


I would look into something from the following list: demo of impress.js demo of jmpressjs Prezi Sozi

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