J'essaye de modifier mes photos pour avoir une résolution de min 4MP sur GIMP mais impossible
Est ce que quelqu'un peux m'aider?
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Please share the file ID which you are referring to.
Thank you for your reply but what do you mean by "the file ID"? I cannot download pictures as sizes are too small.
Thank you in advance
The Adobe Stock files are available in different sizes. Also, the dimensions are mentioned below each image on the Stock website. Vector files can be printed without any loss in quality.
Please see the screenshot below:
Also, can you please let me know the exact purpose for which you want to achieve using Adobe Stock assets. Also, please specify the image size which you are looking for?
The issue is that I cannot download my pircture on Adobe Stock as it is mentionned that the size should be min 4MP
Are you trying to upload a file to the contributor portal or you are trying to download a file from the Adobe Stock website?
I am trying to upload a file to the contributor portal
D'abord qu'elle est la taille des fichiers que tu veux charger?
En règle générale une image ne devrait jamais être changée en taille. La seule manipulation dans ce sens recommandée est le recadrage.
Ma photo fait:
Résolution 180 pp
Ça ne fonctionnera jamais. La photo sera floue et inutilisable.
Il faut prendre les photos à la bonne taille.
Pour ton info: la "résolution" est un paramètre qui est totalement inutile ici. N'importe quelle valeur est accepté. Et ça ne change en rien pour la qualité de l'image.
Mais la caméra a quand même 12Mp. Pourquoi tu as des photos tellement petits? La caméra est bien utilisable.
Je crois avoir compris, il y avait un souci sur certaines photos qui étaient mal enregistrées. J'ai dû faire une mauvaise manipulation
When you take your photo, the resolution should be between 4mp and 100mp at size up to 45mp. Those dimensions applies to the photo before you do any sort of editing or adjustments. If your photo is lest than 4mp resolution, adobe will not accept it, hence it will not upload. Therefore you will need to ensure that the camera you use will take pictures within the range of those detentions specified.
I hope this was helpful
Thank you for your reply
How can find this information on my camera? It is a Lumix DMC FZ300
I am not really familiar with that camera. Usually on the camera body is written the size photos it is capable of taking. Except it has features to adjust size, and you've manually selected a small size, your camera should be taking pictures at the maximum size as printed on the camera body.
ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/camera/om/dmc-fz300_en_adv_om.pdf is a link to the manual for your camera. You may go through to learn all the relevant features of your camera.
If the above link does not work, click on Lumix DMC FZ300 manual - Bing and select view manual. The manual will open.
I hope this helps
As I told in my French answer, the camera can do 12Mp, so pictures of near to 12Mp should be submitted. Even with considerable cropping you should be able to produce 4Mp and above pictures.
Your answer was acknowledged, I responded to post number 11 which was a question directed to me. My answer took that information in consideration, but my understanding of the question is that Alvinav needed more info that the manual would have.
Thank you Abambo for the correction.
Answer 9 should read
When you take your photo, the resolution should be between 4mp and 100mp at size up to 45mb. Those dimensions applies to the photo before you do any sort of editing or adjustments. If your photo is lest than 4mp resolution, adobe will not accept it, hence it will not upload. Therefore you will need to ensure that the camera you use will take pictures within the range of those detentions specified.