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  1. bcddroid

    bcddroid Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok the answer may be on the forums somewhere, but I did a quick search and didn't find it on my second try.

    Ok, while operating the camera one setting option says "picture size" and give option for 5, 3, and 2M pixels. Now I've taken gargantuan 5M pixel pics before and i hate resizing them on the computer. 2M pixel= 1600 x 1200 resolution!!!
    Is there anyway to make regular email size pics?
     

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  2. BottledHate

    BottledHate Well-Known Member

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    the app 'PicSay' allows you to import the pics from your droid camera(sd card) to a smaller size. you can then edit, crop, add text, and some other basic editing... then export directly to gmail app, sd card, and a few other places. i use the free version and it works great. resizing is the first option when you select a file for editing, so take pictures in 5m if you like.
     
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    CookieMomster Well-Known Member

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    Yes. When in camera mode hit the menu button. The one with the 4 lines on the bottom, then settings then picture size. There is also a pull out menu on the opposite side of the camera/video toggle
     
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    BottledHate Well-Known Member

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    i think he is saying that even the 2mp setting is a bit big for what he wants.

     
  5. bcddroid

    bcddroid Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for the reply guys. Yeah, its a pain I think the answer is in the app PicSay like bottledhate says. Wish Motorola would have thought some people would like to send pics straight from the camera to someones email to be saved as is.
     

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