To resample bitmaps is a great way of reducing the overall quality and size of the raster image.
There is however one thing to keep in mind when it comes to resizing raster image with this method, which we will have a look at in this video.
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hi guys in today's video Flexi starter. We're gonna be looking at re sampling a bit now, but before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video Can we find a softwaretraining.co.za c o dot Today we make sure an easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. So back in the programme here, just a quick reminder. This is a very serious on working with maps, and in the previous video we looked at importing a bit map and scaling it. So I'll also leave relevant links in the description so you guys can actually follow along. Now in today's video, we're gonna be looking at re sampling a bit map. This is basically in many ways re scaling the quality of it. So, yeah, let's get right into it. The first thing I want to do is make sure your bit map is selected. You can use your selection tool, which is located here on the left main, two bars, the top one, and then next thing you wanna go, it's your main menu, and then we go to bit map under there, you'll see this option example now, once we click this, we will have a few different options. So first of all, we've got the width and height. Now we can set. And then after that, we've got proportional. So if we leave this off of which we set off, then if you set, let's say the word, but not the height. It will warp your image. So if you're working with a bit map, I recommend leave it on unless you really need to change the dimensions to something precise. And then after that, we've got basically the interpreting type mode. So this is the way it all interpret the scaling. So we've got nearest neighboring. And then we've got Billionaire or what? Mm, sorry, not billionaire. Any case? So what needs to do? Nearest neighbour? It's kind of it's the quickest one, but it's also the laced accurate. Where the, uh, billionaire Or is it? I'm not sure that's really nice. This is, um, the slower, but it's more precise. So then, for a second video, I'm gonna leave it on the top one because the other one can take quite long. You can see the process or the progress. You're on the bottom once you click scale. And then so what I'm gonna do is kill this to 200 with a proportional on. It's gonna automatically adjust the height just so you guys can see what it does. Like I mentioned as well basically set the quality of the image so to those scales. But it's actually not gonna change your actual image size year. We'll have to do that afterwards. So what you can do is if you click, OK, as we can see now, if I zoom in here, well, let me first undo so we can zoom in and see the quality. And then we go again to the same place but map, for example. So there's 200 this the nearest okay. And as you can see, it's pixelated quite a bit now. So now let's say you wanna set the actual image size out to the same resolution or size as the um, what we've scaled to. And as we can see here, with our image elected under the design central set the width and height. It is an infectious. So to get the right amount is going to be quite some math so that you can simply do cut your rulers where they both connected us. Two little arrows. Double click that And then under the ruler, you can see at the bottom. Here, we've got a units. So we want to set that two points. Say okay. And now, as we can see here, it's PT points. It's kind of pixels as well, you can say so we said that 200 with proportional editing is on click. OK, then we can see now this is the actual size of the images. So what? We've resembled it too. If you can assume you see, it stays good quality and then you get close enough. It's excellent. So, yeah, that is it on a re sampling a bit map. If we head here to suffer training dot c o dot z A. You guys don't know. We've got a variety of different software to cover, and you can also isolate Just search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find what you're looking forward just to hear requests a training video and then we'll make that video for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys watching and chills