Is there a way to save the entire zoomed image that doesn't fit on the screen while still retaining the high quality of the image when zoome?
Is there a way to save the entire zoomed image that doesn't fit on the screen while still retaining the high quality of the image when zoomed in?
- Anonymous4 months ago
if your doing it on a computer take a screenshot of the zoomed image and paste it onto paint then save it as a jpeg - I guess this has something to do with porn, am I right ?
- Anonymous4 months ago
Make a copy file, crop the image how you want it, then save the new file along with the old file by adding a suffix to the file name.
- 4 months ago
right-click (or long press, on a phone or tablet) the image, and choose Save Image.
whatever you right-click on should be saved.
you cannot save it at the zoomed in SIZE, but you can always zoom in to it once it is saved, when you open it, and it will be the same quality as it was when you saved it.
- SumiLv 74 months ago
Your question doesn't make much sense. What zoomed image? On what device? On what software?
What exactly are you referring to? Are you talking about editing an image or are you referring to zooming when taking an image with a camera?
What do you mean by "the entire zoomed image?"
What process are you talking about?
Very confusing question.
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- Steve PLv 74 months ago
I'm not really understanding what you mean? An image on a computer or phone is a certain resolution (size) regardless of how you are viewing it. If you zoom in, you are only changing how you SEE it, you are not changing the actual size of the photo. Imagine a photo hanging on a wall. It is a certain size. You can walk closer and closer to it and it will APPEAR larger and you will eventually get close enough that you only SEE a small part of the picture, but the ACTUAL SIZE of the picture is no different. It is the same when you look at a photo on a computer. You can zoom until it is so large that it no longer fits the screen, but the actual size of the photo is unchanged. The photo is "saved" at it's native size regardless of how much you zoom.
Now, if you only WANT that part of the image onto which you are zoomed in on, then you can CROP the photo to actually make it a new size or you can do a SCREEN SHOT of the zoomed in area of the photo.
As long as you do not zoom over 100%, quality is not lost, but your full image size is then reduced. If you then try to make the image larger from your crop area, THEN it will degrade quality.
That is the only way I know to try to answer your question.