Rei Shinozuka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> shrinking images always involves some form of 
> smoothing, and some amount of sharpening afterwards
> is generally useful.  i usually do this:

Shrinking of screenshots is generally problematic as there are
probably many features on there that are only 1 pixel wide (lines and
text). If you scale that down it is doomed to look ugly.

A 1 pixel wide black line on white background will end up gray if
scaled down. Sharpening can improve that.

A small font where every pixel counts will be unreadable and no
sharpening can recover that.

What are the images for?


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