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Why do you keep compressing the images before uploading them?
mrdkreka said:
Why do you keep compressing the images before uploading them?
dude u can see the large image see up and clic see the large version
I'm sure mrdkreka knows that.
What he is referring to is that on pixiv this image is 2,700.89 KB, while you've uploaded a 404 KB.
See this: http://i1.pixiv.net/img107/img/datenaoto/29769602.png
or this: http://i1.pixiv.net/img107/img/datenaoto/29769602_m.png
Put it into the source box on the upload page, leave the file field blank. The site will automatically retrieve the file from pixiv, directly. And the source will link back to pixiv medium mode automatically. (except in the case of manga, you have to edit those after to drop the _big_p#)
SciFi said:
I'm sure mrdkreka knows that.
What he is referring to is that on pixiv this image is 2,700.89 KB, while you've uploaded a 404 KB.
See this: http://i1.pixiv.net/img107/img/datenaoto/29769602.png
or this: http://i1.pixiv.net/img107/img/datenaoto/29769602_m.png
Put it into the source box on the upload page, leave the file field blank. The site will automatically retrieve the file from pixiv, directly. And the source will link back to pixiv medium mode automatically. (except in the case of manga, you have to edit those after to drop the _big_p#)
As SciFi is pointing out, I'm not talking about the size/resolution of the image, but the fact that you take a high quality image and compress it to a jpg quality of 90.
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