resizeQuality

Frank Leahy frank at backtalk.com
Tue Jul 27 05:32:23 CDT 2004


Derek,

You probably know this already, but how you use "resizeQuality" is not 
obvious.  I assumed it would be a global command like jpegQuality, e.g.

      set the resizeQuality to "best"

But no, you need to set it on individual images like this:

     if the platform = "Win32" then
         put the short name of this stack into stackName
         set the resizeQuality of image theImageName of stack stackName 
to "best"
     end if

You don't need the if statement, but I do it that way -- and yes, you 
seem to need to specify the stack name as well.

Also, you need to call this *before* you've done anything to the image 
like set the fileName, imported an image, etc.

-- Frank

Web Photos Pro: Software for Photo Bloggers and Other Photo Power Users
See us on the web at http://www.webphotospro.com/

On Jul 27, 2004, at 11:12 AM, use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com 
wrote:

> From: "Derek Bump" <webmaster at dreamscapesoftware.com>
> Subject: resizeQuality
> To: "How to use Revolution" <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
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>
> Alright, I need to know what the quality options for the setting 
> resizeQuality are.  Is it the following
>
> good
> better
> best
>
> Any help would be great!
>
>
> Derek Bump
> Dreamscape Software



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