On Thu, 2008-10-09 at 05:23 +0000, Omari Stephens wrote:
> Stephen DeLear wrote:
> > Scale to File Size: Many stock sites require an image to be upsized.
> > For example Alamy requires an uncompressed file size of 48megs from a
> > file saved as a 8bit .JPG. It would be useful to be able to set in an
> > uncompressed file size and have the GIMP resize to be exactly that size.
> This seems incredibly silly and naive.
Regardless, this is what they require.
> First of, as JPEG is a lossless format,
I think you mean "lossy" here.
Alamy (for example) requires a minimum uncompressed file size of
48 MBytes and a maximum compressed file size of 25 MBytes. They
have instructions on how to upscale images. See for example
If you want to go on a crusade against stock image companies,
that's fine :-)
Liam (also at CSAIL by the way!)
Liam Quin - XML Activity Lead, W3C, http://www.w3.org/People/Quin/
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