Tutorial for uploading photos and video
JD6620 replied on 15/12/2016 17:28
Francis replied on 15/12/2016 18:33
Francis replied on 15/12/2016 18:34
cyberyacht replied on 15/12/2016 19:04
Posted on 15/12/2016 19:04
I think the biggest it can cope with without scrollbars is 500px which would make the vertical about 350px in the usual 4:3 format. Don't know if it could cope with a portrait layout. It does seem a little strange that, having set a file size limit of 500Kb, it doesn't allow a full utilisation of the size that such a file would allow. But then, this is CC so perhaps I shouldn't be surprised.
brue replied on 15/12/2016 19:13
chasncath replied on 15/12/2016 22:33
Posted on 15/12/2016 22:33
What's the point of adding a photo which is no larger than an thumbnail! It's pointless. At least in the old site column-wide photos could be loaded from photobucket et cetera. This new Photo uploading is worse than useless!! Won't someone step in and manage this website
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N1805 replied on 16/12/2016 06:20
Posted on 16/12/2016 06:20
Was able to post a practice picture or 2 with a helpful poster's instructions on the old site. Unable to do so at present here & Rochell's instruction's are the same - photo appears then disappears & I saw briefly what I guess is programing language.
Xmas is coming & have other things to get on with so will just read posts for now. Merry Xmas Everyone.
Kennine replied on 16/12/2016 18:44
Kennine replied on 16/12/2016 18:46
SteveL replied on 16/12/2016 18:57
Posted on 16/12/2016 18:57
I found on another thread that if I wanted to upload five, 400 x 300 pixels was about the maximum this system would allow. As these test photos. If it was only one I could generally go to 800 x 600. Although even some of those failed. So perhaps near the limit.
I am reducing from 12 megapixel photos on an iPad 3, using a downloaded photo size reduction app.