hollyberry

Export to JPEG problem

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Hey ya'll!

I'm having a problem exporting a compiled Log to a JPEG. The imbedded jpeg images are corrupted in the JPEG image of the entire log. They look fine when I compile the Log in LogPlot, but once I open the JPEG of the log, the pictures are very fuzzy and ugly. I've been doing this export function for years and have never had a problem until today.

I'm using LogPlot 7. Any ideas for me?

Thank you!

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Hi Hollyberry,

I haven't seen this problem with embedded raster files. What are the version and build numbers listed in your Help | About LogPlot dialog?

Please e-mail or upload a ZIP file with your LDFX, DAT, and original JPG files and I'll take a look.

RockWare Uploads

http://rockware.com/upload

Thanks,

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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Hi hollyberry,

The problem may be related to the export settings. I export with Pixels Per Inch set to 300, Colors (bits per pixel) set to Color (24 b/p), and Compression Quality set to 100 (low compression, high quality) and I get an image that looks like the original displayed in LogView.

You may be using an older version of LogPlot 7. I am using 7.4.110.136 Build 136 Last Revised October 25, 2012. You are welcome to download the latest version from the RockWare web site.

Thanks,

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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Hello again! Thank you for your help three years ago! I was able to get it to work with 800 pixels.

I've just started having the same problem again. I've attached a picture example of the Logplot print out. Notice the green fuzzy appearance of the picture in the log.

Any ideas why it suddenly stopped working for me?

Logplot example.zip

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My coworker found a solution! If you reduce the image size to 25KB or lower, the picture will work just fine. So if you are having a similar issue, try that! Thanks to everyone who researched this for me!

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Hi hollyberry,

Thanks for posting your solution!

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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