On Tue, 08 Feb 2005 19:58:33 +0100
Olivier Ripoll <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Antti Mškelš wrote:

> > Where can I set the default quality when saving JPEG images? The default 85
> > is too low, I want to use 98. I could not find a suitable setting anywhere,
> > either in config files or in menus.  Where is it hidden?
> > 
> >   Right now I'm just using "Save as" as a workaround because then I actually
> > see the dialog asking for the Q setting, but this is not really all that
> > smooth.
> > 
> >   (No lectures on the default 85 being "enough", thank you - it is not
> > enough, and I can clearly see artifacts on my edited digital photographs if
> > saved with 85.).
> > 
> >   Thanks.
> > 
> see discussion at http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=63610
> I guess it means you are out of luck.
> Perhaps a short term solution would be for you to write a small script 
> (python or script-fu) "save uncompressed jpeg" that does save with a 
> compression of 98%, and then set a shortcut for this script.




I haven't tried it but why not edit jpeg.c to define DEFAULT_QUALITY  as 98?


Owen


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