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RE: filmscanners: Re: Scanning problems (preview & compareuncompressed and compressed images)



soho writes ...
> ...
> Photoshop has this facility in its Save for Web option. One
> can view both the compressed and uncompressed
> versions side by side.

        This ability is becoming the common practice for softwares saving
with the variety of JPEG options.  My software, on the other hand
(Thumbsplus), can show you a "difference" image, which is very useful
as you approach the "high quality" settings with 0% blurring.
        I do tend to use PS "save for the web" generally, but when I want to
save a high quality JPEG I turn to ThumbsPlus.

shAf  :o)




 




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