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Thnak you very much for your help..
I'll try to follow your advises soon
Jukka Aho wrote:
> Alberto wrote:
> > here a challenge for who wants help me..
> > I have a jpg pic of 700 KB..
> > When I open it I see the image with 160x120 pixels
> > PhotoPaint tell me the image is 56 KB sized (!)
> > What is wrong ?
> > Where is the image with 1920x1440 pixels ??
> For some reason or another, Photopaint is apparently displaying the
> embedded EXIF thumbnail instead of the actual image. EXIF thumbnails, as
> created by modern digital still cameras, typically have a resolution of
> 160×120 pixels. (If that's so, it's bit curious situation though. If
> PhotoPaint cannot properly handle images with EXIF thumbnails, you're
> going to have similar problems with just about all images taken with
> digital still cameras.)
> Try opening the problematic JPEG image in Exifer and see if it has an
> EXIF thumbnail in addition to the actual image:
If it does, you
> could try making a backup copy and removing the thumbnail. This can be
> done either in Exifer itself, or with a tool called "jhead"
~mwandel/jhead/>, or with some similar utility.
> After having done that, maybe the load actual image will load in
> PhotoPaint. Worth trying, anyway.