Resizing Images 1024kb Max - Video

Discussion in 'Forum Information and Issues' started by 28ten, 13 October 2011.

  1. 28ten

    28ten Guv'nor

    Another quick video showing how to resize images, and post them on the upgraded software

    I will be imposing stricter image controls after the upgrade so no 3000x2000 images please :))

    The limit is set on 1024kb which is more that large enough, please try and use a maximum size of 1024px x 768px
     
  2. Ressaldar

    Ressaldar Western Thunderer

    does this mean that I can no longer resize in Picasa and import as i do now or will I have to re-educate myself?

    cheers

    Mike
     
  3. 28ten

    28ten Guv'nor

    Picasa is just fine (i use it myself) as is any other similar application. The resizing bit is aimed at those who post mega images  :)) and to show how simple it is.

    I normally resize to 800x600, 640x480 can be a bit small.
     
  4. Ressaldar

    Ressaldar Western Thunderer

    thanks Cynric, watched the video after my posting and that seemed to put my mind at rest.

    cheers

    Mike
     
  5. Phill Dyson

    Phill Dyson Western Thunderer

    Slightly off topic, but would I be right in thinking that You tube type vids will take up little or no space as they are hosted elsewhere ?

    Phill  :scratch:
     
  6. 28ten

    28ten Guv'nor

    no space as it is just embedded, not saved into the site
     
  7. Railwaymaniac

    Railwaymaniac Western Thunderer

    Still on the subject of videos, can I embed a video like any other file on here?
    And if so, how do I compress it? - I have a video to share but it's 38.9Mb and straight off my camera . . .

    Thanks

    Ian
     
  8. sulzer

    sulzer Active Member

    Hi Guv'nor
    Thanks for letting us in on the secret of how to re-size images and just to prove I have been successful here is an image of my first tank wagon I made from a Slaters kit. I have to admit I got as far as constructing and priming the tank, making the underframes and stalling at finishing with the strapping and transferring . The credit for this goes to Rob Helson who also did some fantastic weathering too.....
    Kind regards
    Bryan

    20130203_162418 resized A.jpg
     
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  9. SimonT

    SimonT Western Thunderer

    Guidance please. How do I put a video on here? I've got some phone footage of three 37s pulling 40 16 tonners up Aberbeeg; it might bring a smile in certain parts of the school room! The video is a bulky 172Mb.
    Simon
     
  10. Ian G

    Ian G Western Thunderer

    I find putting video's on You tube then sharing the link works well.

    Ian G
     
  11. SimonT

    SimonT Western Thunderer

    Thank you Ian, that will be today's new experience!
    Simon
     
  12. Phill Dyson

    Phill Dyson Western Thunderer

    Yes, host your video on YouTube or similar, then click the film strip symbol on your WT reply box & embed the URL from your YouTube video :)
     
  13. SimonT

    SimonT Western Thunderer

    Thank you Phil, I'll have a go after I have reassembled some of Aberbeeg back into the shed. At the moment it looks like a bomb has gone off after the return from the Leeds show.

    Simon