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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-17-2007, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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I can not send pictures from cable internet. it is taking so much time and finally I have to cancel it!
Do you know how I can send large quantity of pictures with internet faster?like 50MB
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zip your file then send it via the website listed below(Free Trial)

http://www.yousendit.com/

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Why not shrink all the photos at once? So you can send them in groups of 10?

Use this

Windows Image Resizer:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx
Download is on the right hand side

Once installed you can open your folder of photos highlight them all or select all then right click on them and select "Resize Images" and make them all 1024 x 768 in size, if you do this it will create copies within the folder renamed slightly however if you want to resize the originals without creating copies, before clicking OK click Advanced and select Resize Original Photos , then click OK.

Then you can attach 10 or more per email.

Of the 50MB of photos, how many photos are there? Thats the important question whether this method would be the way to do it.



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Why not shrink all the photos at once? So you can send them in groups of 10?

Use this

Windows Image Resizer:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx
Download is on the right hand side

Once installed you can open your folder of photos highlight them all or select all then right click on them and select "Resize Images" and make them all 1024 x 768 in size, if you do this it will create copies within the folder renamed slightly however if you want to resize the originals without creating copies, before clicking OK click Advanced and select Resize Original Photos , then click OK.

Then you can attach 10 or more per email.

Of the 50MB of photos, how many photos are there? Thats the important question whether this method would be the way to do it.
Each photo is 2mb

If I resize them, do I lose the quality?
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The resizer that aces mentioned above is a great tool for sending photos. However, the dimensions will shrink from the original, and there is quite a lot of compression.
For sending to family and friends though, I use it all the time. The novice eye has to look quite a bit to see the quality degradation.
If you're sending these for professional purposes, or to impress someone who will examine them closely, probably best not to use it.
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Thanks guys
I am working on them now.will let you know later.
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JPEG's are already quite compressed and zipping doesn't help much. I would set up a ftp server and get the person who wants them to download them from there. Then it's there prerogative.

I remember reading a few years ago that for sending huge amounts of data the cheapest and most efficient method was using hard drives sent by conventional mail. This may be different now. I'm betting there will be some huge leaps in data transfer when the LHC comes online. That is if the man made black holes don't DESTROY THE WORLD![}]
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Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes hurtling down the highway.

Anyway, email is not the way to send large files. Your internet service provider almost certainly provides you with a modest amount of web space. Learn how to use this. Upload the files to your site and send everybody the link.
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zip your file then send it via the website listed below(Free Trial)

http://www.yousendit.com/

Yes
Thanks evry one for help
so far yousendit.com did the job i send 98mb of pictures ,it took 20min to send but i am hapy with it
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