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Help with e2 size


NevP 9 853 13 Canada
7 Apr 2013 10:38PM
Hi Guys
I haven't been on for while and haven't posted since 2011. I can see things have changed somewhat - what are the dimensions and sizing for e2 uploads now? I have tried the search but honestly so much has been added since I was last here it's proving to be a little confusing.
Thanks.

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CathyT e2
8 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2013 10:53PM
As far as I know Nev it's 1000px although its automatically resized if not and 400 kb.....
NevP 9 853 13 Canada
7 Apr 2013 10:55PM
Thanks Cathy! Still the same there then. Blush
CathyT e2
8 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2013 10:56PM
Yeah I think so....maybe the Mod people know different?
Jestertheclown 6 6.6k 242 England
7 Apr 2013 10:58PM
It's 1000px. on the longest side for E2 and 600px. on the longest side for non-E2.

Epz. will do the resizing for you although I'd suggest you do it yourself.

I don't think that there is a maximum file size these days.
CathyT e2
8 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2013 10:59PM
In the FAQ under Gallery section it says about resizing for uploads....
NevP 9 853 13 Canada
7 Apr 2013 11:19PM
Thanks guys!
8 Apr 2013 4:29PM
Upload any jpeg file you want, we will resize it down for you. Though some users suggest you resize yourself to keep control of the sharpness of the photo. Any filesize, any dimensions.
lawbert 7 1.8k 15 England
8 Apr 2013 4:44PM

Quote:Upload any jpeg file you want, we will resize it down for you. Though some users suggest you resize yourself to keep control of the sharpness of the photo. Any filesize, any dimensions.


I find that resizing myself to 2000px and about 700kb and then letting epz resize it on upload gives a sharper imageSmile

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