Large images don't seem to upload right.
Apr. 4th, 2005 @ 01:17 pm
Yesterday I tried to upload a couple of panoramas. It never seemed like LJ was happy though, so I removed them. The smaller image, about 10000x750 pixels, was able to be viewed in the tiny-thumbnail and the full sizde image, but not the middle thumbnail. The full size image, about 22000x1700 pixels, didn't do much at all, even after waiting a while for things to finish on the server end.
Are my images out of the realm of Fotobilder, or should I just have faith and wait longer for something to happen?
How large are the files? They might be too much to be uploadable.
The file was 6MB, which is less than the 30MB limit advertised. It uploaded, but seemed to never become available.
Ah. I got nothing, then. Sorry. :-)
Images of that size should be kept off the internet, imo.
|Date:||April 5th, 2005 09:34 pm (UTC)|| |
Aside from that being entirely not the point, why? It's a panoramic, of course its going to be wide.
Until we get monitors that can handle 22000 pixels horizontally (was that typo?), the intended effect is just going to be lost.
The intent was that I was making an image about as tall as most peoples monitors that they could scroll sideways to get a look around.
Why does it matter if the person wants to do it? There's no rule against putting large pictures on the internet.
Nothhing in this stupid program works right.
out of pure frustration ibough sepreate photo hosting.
which isn't fair considering i have a paid account here.
what part of 'beta' do you not understand?
nice w/ the sarcasm
wakes a girl feel welcome
|Date:||April 20th, 2005 11:00 pm (UTC)|| |
While she's right in that FB is only a beta, part of the point of a beta is that users can point out bugs and problems and the devs can work on it. So if you have problems with FB, a better way to phrase it would be by describing the problems you have with FB so that the devs can respond and work on it, hopefully making FB a service you will want to use.
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