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How to save my images to use in ecover..

Discussion in 'Web Graphics Creator' started by Carmem, Dec 4, 2007.

  1. Carmem

    Carmem

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    Hi, i would like to know how to save my images(front, back, side)?
    Which format is better(jpeg,gif,png)?
    The size in pixels(300dpi, 600dpi)
    Which program works best: Corel Draw,
    photoshop, etc.
    Send me a better way to save my images
    in order to use them in your ebookcover
    creator(Web graphic creator).
    Thanks
    Carmem
     
  2. homesight

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    carmen,

    when exporting, save your file with the extension (ie, image1.jpg). This will tell the program which format to save it in.

    -Ryan.
     
  3. Carmem

    Carmem

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    Thank you Homesight, but when i make a custom front cover in Corel draw, must i save it in wich pixels(300dpi, 600dpi) to load in the webgraphic.

    Carmem
     
  4. homesight

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    Carmen,

    I'm sorry. I must have been asleep while typing that first post response. Your question was very clear!

    What are you hoping to use your graphics for? The web? Print? Do you have a need for a transparent background? I would save somewhere between 72 and 100 for web graphics. If your printing you can blow it up to 300.

    All the programs you've mentioned will export and save files the same way. I personally like photoshop, but any one of them should do fine. Your resolution maybe the problem. Can you post a link of the pictures your specifically referring to so i can see.

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  5. Carmem

    Carmem

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    Thank you again Homesight

    Now you answer all my questions.
    I will need save for web(72) and print(300).

    Very nice.
    Carmem
     

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