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The problem of over-measured capacity when saving files

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Nov 24, 2021 Nov 24, 2021

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A phenomenon in which an image modified by moving one object in another file is saved with a file capacity of 10 times or more of the original capacity when saving

When saving a file, there are some parts where the file size is measured excessively large. I want to know what is the cause.

 

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I have not downloaded or checked your files, but one possible cause:

 

https://prepression.blogspot.com/2017/06/metadata-bloat-photoshopdocumentancestors.html

 

 

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I can not follow what you wrote. And the jpeg imags ine your post are very small.

 

A phenomenon in which an image modified by moving one object in another file is saved with a file capacity of 10 times or more of the original capacity when saving

When saving a file, there are some parts where the file size is measured excessively large. I want to know what is the cause.

 

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