Images are jagged? Why?
Why are my high resolution images getting choppy and jagged on the thumbnails????? Any Ideas???
Last edited by Ruben Arevalo; 10-11-2010 at 04:16 PM.
Well they don't seem all that jagged to me...
but, you are stuffing a rectangle image into a perfectly square box, 64px X 64px, which changes the aspect ratio of the original image. This distortion of the image might be what you are seeing.
The light reflecting off of the furniture in the thumbnails are choppy until you either zoom in on them or have them show as the main picture. I don't mind the distorted 64x64 that's fine but is that the culprit?
Originally Posted by Eye for Video
You will be far better off creating those thumbnails in a graphics program, at the 64x64 size, and using those instead. Having the web browser downsize your images like this is not the right way to do it, and web browsers are not known for their image manipulation quality...
Originally Posted by Ruben Arevalo
hi im the new guy
i poked the new post button and nuthing so i hope you dont mind this reply till i get the hang of things. ok heres the story.. i have a link on my web page for users to go to my web cam. they click the link. and my web cam says. click here to see if my cam is online. if it is they see my cam. if it is not ie explorer shows a page saying it cant find that page. is there a way to go to a page of my own on default if the web cam is not online when a user clicks to see it
Have you created that page ("not on-line")?
The reaction to viewer response is a server side process. So what ever script up are using to detect if the cam is on-line, you need to alter that code to point back to your "not on-line" web page. None of that just happens automagically.
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