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I have 10,00 plus hi res jpegs and am looking for a way to mass convert to low res for easier sharing on the web. The ideal solution for me would be to have an identical folder structure one containing high res images and the other smaller sized images. There are windows based programs to do this but looking to do it on my mac. Will this software do this? wasn't able to tell from the FAQs.
I had a jpeg file that I transferred on another program, which worked beautifully. But I found out later that I was supposed to convert my files to .tiff's. Great! I found this software from NCH that did a nice job, but I had to pay for it first. anyway, I can't download this file so that I can run it through the other program. It just won't let me, know matter what I've tried. So I tried their Classic FTP software. It doesn't work!! No matter what I do to it, it will not transfer the file to the indicated server, even though it I finding the server. I tried a few differ routes, but of course now it wants to be bought. Does anyone know how I can copy the file to move it to the other program-- or just be able to move it to run it on the other program? Help would be greatly appreciated. Sandra Taggart Dominican University
Hiya. Just started using VideoPad. When I upload two jpgs and place them into a sequence, the first one "plays" but is black. The second one (very similar to the first) plays just fine. Any suggestions are WILDLY appreciated. I couldn't find anything helpful in the manual or other discussions except that VP might ignore only 1 jpg so I made sure to upload two.