On Saturday 03 December 2005 06:44 am, Yannick Patois wrote:
> [Gimp-user] How to create jpeg files compatible with a sony camera?
> Date: Today 06:44:39 am
> From: Yannick Patois <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> When I hack a picture taken with my sony-dsc-s80 camera with the
> gimp, if I export in jpg, I cant read its format any more (the
> camera display "file error" instead of the hacked content).
I do not know about the machinne, but as for the 'digital picture
printer' - I bet you ghave named your files as '.jpeg' , haven't you?
It happens taht someone, when doing some spec for digital photo
standards, has said that valid file extensions are ".JPG" and
".jpg" (but not .jpeg) - I hads thei problem onde as well.
I hope this fixes it for you.
> Worse, when I want to print this picture o a public digital picture
> printer (one of those thing when one can slide her memory card in,
> select print and get the photo on paper), those hacked pictures are
> also not taken by the system.
> What is the right format to choose when exporting? Is there a good
> selection in the jpeg export dialog (compression mode, etc)? Would
> I have to choose anopther export format? Use a postprocessing
> filter after writing a regular jpeg?
> Thanks for any help.
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