Christopher Hicks <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Hi! Is there a way to control the JPEG image quality settings for the
> > JPEG images that can be generated by the "Perl-o-tine" filter? I'm
> > finding the quality of the JPEGs that are generated by the filter are of
> > lower quality than the source JPEG or XCF file used as the source for
> > the "Perl-o-tine" filter.
> > I'm using Gimp 1.2.5 on Slackware 8 Linux.
> We're having the same problem with gimp on Red Hat. I would love it if
> someone would take the time to update this feature and I'm sure a lot of
> the end users would particularly appreciate it too. Our designers end up
> doing these things by hand or using external tools which seems like such a
> waste since perl-o-tine is so close to making this really pain-free to do
> entirely within gimp.
Of course there's a way. Modify the source of perlotine so that it
doesn't call the general gimp_file_save() function but uses
file_jpeg_save() explicitely. The latter function gives you
fine-grained control over the JPEG save parameters such as the quality
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