Most of the digital cameras these days are designed to offer very high picture resolution. They produce crystal clear images but the image size also goes as high as up to tens of megabytes. It is not possible to share such heavy images on other devices. You may also waste lots of bandwidth and time to upload these photos to online libraries. The best idea to deal with this heavy image size trouble is to find ways to lower down the image resolution. You can do it easily by simply converting them to other size efficient formats before uploading or emailing them. The great news is that you can even reduce a 10MB file to a 1MB file without facing a noticeable loss of quality. In order to do this, you have to use right tools to initiate conversion so that images can be easily restored in another file format. RNOEffects for AmigaOS 4.1 and MorphOS PowerPC is a simple image processing program but comes with a focus on good batch conversion options and alpha channel based effects.

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