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[filmscanners] Re: PNG File format?



But do bear in mind:

- if space is your primary concern, a high quality JPG will probably be fine, 
and gives much smaller file sizes.  PNG files only give a moderate reduction 
from a compressed TIF..

- I have found PNG to be *annoyingly* slow to load/save in most graphics 
programs, although I don't have a speed demon PC..

- Older graphics editors/viewers may not support it

My 2c..

mark t

Maris replied:
> In the choice between JPG and PNG, go with PNG
>
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