|Post 1 made on Monday April 16, 2007 at 17:28|
I've recently been trying to edit some of Daniel Tonks' images to be specific to my home and equipment. I thought this would be an easy exercise of importing the Bitmaps into Photoshop, pasting new button/device names over the images and then bringing them back into the device.
Unfortunately I loose a lot of image quality as soon as they seem to leave Edit NG and I'm wondering if anyone has any tips? When I release the Bitmaps they import into Photoshop at approx 300 pixels/inch and when I bring them back I have ensured the resoultion stays the same but the quality goes out the window?
If anyone has an easier way of just changing the text name on icons to save the Photoshop rigmarole and some pain I would be all ears also (Dan's and others don't fit my house areas, etc without physical editing).
Pronto newby - Pronto lover
|Post 2 made on Tuesday April 17, 2007 at 07:13|
What Pronto do you have?
|OP | Post 3 made on Wednesday April 18, 2007 at 03:27 |
Hi mtgriff, I have a couple of 3500's and have been getting pretty serious with them ; )
I've figured out that my transparency setting was defaulting on when taking the images out then back in so am onto it on this. I still find the quality a little off but it's heaps better.
Thanks for the response,
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