Can you be a little more precise? Picture type: old photo, new photo, magazine scan, old digital image etc... And what you mean with "fix a picture's quality", do you mean: removing scratches, removing scanlines etc...
Does anyone use CS3?
I need to export a fairly large file into a video format that isn't a .quv
The last time I tried, it exported all 300 frames into indivudial photos, now I'm stuck inserting them frame by frame into flash. It takes a long time to insert 300 frames and align them all if you were wondering
QUOTE (Dragon-of-Rune @ Sep 25 2007, 08:29 AM) Please be more specific and explain in full detail what you want. The more we know the faster we can help you.
I think that person trying to like get a screen from a show and let say make it 2 time bigger the qulatiy will go down there so things need to be fix there.
1 way to fix that is Vectoring and recoloring the whole pic.
This request doesn't really belong here. This thread is for photoshop help, not for help on how to post images on the forum or to put an image in your signature.
If you use the search function, you would find that there are explanations for both posting images and including images in your signature.
Further, I have sent you a PM with 'detailed' instructions on how to do both. Please check your inbox.
QUOTE (ShadowPony @ Sep 07 2006, 06:59 AM) the magic wand doesn't seem to be cooperating with me that is why for this i'm using the extract dialog box under the filter menu, i have more control over what is being extracted
For rendering better look for some TUTs on how to use the pentool as it gives you the better ability to take brakes and you can fix some problems with your rendering(cutting out BG and leaving a subject in a transparent BG). Usually rendering TUTs show you how to use the pentool or Mag lasso, haven't seen one on Magic wand though...
The Extract Filter i heard is really good only for FX like smoke, light or other stuff that is hard to render. There is another long way which is even more effective and it has to do somethin with the Channels. Forgot where I saw that TUT though...