Resizing photographs

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by Michael, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. Michael

    Michael Guest

    I would like to resize photographs to 15 x 10 for printing. Is this possible
    in Microsoft or do I have to continue to move photographs to PhotoShop to do
    this?


    Thanks, Mike
     
    Michael, Nov 28, 2005
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  2. Michael

    Will Guest

    While I have Pixela for a Sony Camera and HP Imaging
    software that came with this Hp M370n Mce2004/2005
    PC, I found "Pi7.msi" doing a C:search for *.msi which,when
    installed turns out to be Microsoft Picture It! Express 7.0.
    If you find it doing internal search or available for free on the
    internet, you will probably find that aside from resize, it is overall
    a rather nice graphics tool.
     
    Will, Nov 28, 2005
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  3. Most programs that can print pictures have a "fit to page" option
    that eliminates the need to do any actual resizing.

    If you have too few pixels for the size of print you desire, then
    you may not like the result. There are programs that can "synthesize"
    more pixels in a more realistic way that can help, but there's no
    free lunch.

    -michael

    Music synthesis for 8-bit Apple II's!
    Home page: http://members.aol.com/MJMahon/

    "The wastebasket is our most important design
    tool--and it is seriously underused."
     
    Michael J. Mahon, Nov 28, 2005
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  4. Michael

    Chris H. Guest

    Michael, you may want to post to a newsgroup or forum which supports
    PhotoShop. This newsgroup supports Media Center Edition functionalities
    only, not other programs.
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    Chris H.
    Microsoft Windows MVP/Tablet PC
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    Associate Expert
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    Chris H., Nov 28, 2005
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