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#25 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(01/31/2013) [-]
if people saved their jpegs at highest quality there wouldn't be any problems
#44 to #25 - TheMather
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Only Photoshop has a quality option for jpegs.
#186 to #44 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(01/31/2013) [-]
So does GIMP, Blender, After Effects, Flash, and a lot of other graphics programs. I can only think of MS Paint as a widely used image program that doesn't have that option.
#187 to #186 - TheMather
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Ok, GIMP is just a wannabe Photoshop and Blender, After Effects and Flash aren't even the same cathegory of software (added to which that the latter two are also produced by Adobe and often packaged together with Photoshop).
For commonly used image editing software that don't have it, there's Paint.Net, Paint Tool SAI, Picaza, Paintshop Pro and countless others.
#190 to #187 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(01/31/2013) [-]
All the programs I listed are very widely used and specialize in different types of images, for example Blender is primarily 3D whereas Flash is used for vexel and cartoon graphics. GIMP is only modeled after Photoshop because the latter defined the industry; GIMP is damn good at what it does and it's open source to boot.

As for those programs you listed, from what I've seen SAI does in fact have quality settings. Painshop Pro has compression levels, which is essentially the same feature inverted. As for those other two, I must have the wrong link because You need to login to view this link appears to be a website about studio paint, and Picasa is pretty much instagram for the PC so I don't doubt it's light on features.
#191 to #190 - TheMather
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(01/31/2013) [-]
You need to login to view this link is the name of the software, the reason for the suffix is because it's part of the You need to login to view this link framework, it's actually downloaded at getpaint.net
#192 to #191 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(01/31/2013) [-]
This appears to have a jpeg quality feature as well.
#193 to #192 - TheMather
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Wrong, that "Dithering" or whatever thing is there to lower quality, and it works for any format. You can't use it to improve jpeg quality, the highest setting is equivalent to a standard quality.
#205 to #193 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(01/31/2013) [-]
I think we may be thinking of different functions.

(these are in fact the save settings for jpeg format)
#208 to #205 - TheMather
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Never noticed. Must be because I always use .png.
#209 to #208 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Yep, you, uh... you've got me there, I guess.
#210 to #209 - TheMather
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(02/01/2013) [-]
No, no, you were the one that got me. You were right after all, I just said why I was mistaken.
#213 to #210 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Alright, sorry, it just looked like you were being antagonistic there.
#214 to #213 - TheMather
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(02/01/2013) [-]
And now you're apologizing for trying to hand me your victory. Have some pride, man, this was your victory.
#215 to #214 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Well I don't want to rub it in your face, and it's not like I'm suddenly right in the end. I was always right :) hue hue hue anyway to be honest I've got to hand it to you, admitting defeat is not something I am usually able to do. When someone else does it I'm obligated to give them some respect, being a better man and all. Although not necessarily the correct man!

I hope you aren't leaving this with any sour feelings. If there's one thing we should always be neutral on, it's computers.
#216 to #215 - TheMather
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Of course not, I'll readily accept my defeat. It was my own fault for talking about something I hadn't completely familiarized myself with.