Question about posting pics

Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by chadnliz, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. Ned Sheats

    Ned Sheats New Member

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    Why cant it just be arranged so we can copy and paste ( attach)a .jpg file from our computers.
    A very non computer but very audio guy!
     

     

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  2. bigcat400

    bigcat400 New Member

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    This is a test with my iPad image.jpg
     
  3. JoeESP9

    JoeESP9 ESL's & tubes since 83

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    The latest forum update allows you to do exactly this. You can now copy and paste images directly from your PC.
     
  4. Who Are You?

    Who Are You? New Member

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    Testing drag and drop, a record just received off eBay, never again.
     

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  5. tubed

    tubed Lunatic Member

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    This morning I tried posting a couple of pics from my computer and got an "error" message.
    Perhaps I've reached an allotted limit or something else???
     
  6. don philipe

    don philipe AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    this is a test,
     

     

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  7. don philipe

    don philipe AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    this is a test,
     
  8. ArispotJQ

    ArispotJQ New Member

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    Get a good camera, practice taking still photo's, and upload them onto your PC or iMac. Should be pretty straight forward after that.
     
  9. KevinJS

    KevinJS Addicted Member

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    Only just found this forum, so I don't know when you changed to XenForo software. I believe the software defaults to a file size of around 2Mb for images, but can be adjusted at will by the administrators. The drag and drop feature is one of the easiest file uploads in existence.

    One forum that I regularly visit allows 8Mb per image. This image is 877Kb:

    Screen Shot 2016-12-06 at 10.29.09 PM.png

    If you attempt to upload an image that is too large for the forum, you will get an error message telling you exactly what the problem is.
     
  10. vinowino

    vinowino Super Member

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    I have not read all the comments in this thread but I will say what I do. This is for pics I have taken of records or whatever.
    Load them into my computor, I have Windows live photo gallery. Came with the computor.
    In Audiokarma click on the "reply " button when I want to post the pic.
    Open photo gallery.
    Click on the pic you want , hold and drag to the reply box in audiokarma , let go.
    Hey presto, there it is, only thumbnail though.
    The tab appears with " full size" option, click and you have it.
    Like this one:

    P8270051.JPG
     
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  11. ingola

    ingola Member

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    Test
     

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  12. markkb

    markkb Active Member

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    I prefer the Katherine Jenkins photo over the Beatles, could it be the white background that is adding a contrast?

    Ever since you can browse and upload from your devices photo storage, I've been taking more equipment pictures.

    image.jpg
     
  13. armyslowrdr

    armyslowrdr I don't want one..LOL

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    roomssennsnew.jpg TEST wow never knew this feature existed.
     
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  14. Te-Te

    Te-Te Learning never exhausts the mind. Subscriber

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    I just posted something about this and got some very good advice. I ended up figuring this out. So on my IPAD when I post a thread or Reply to someone it say's "upload a file" so I can choose pictures in my photo library on my iPad.
    But, I was wondering if I should send them as a Thumbnail or as a Full Image ?? Which is a better option for the person wanting to Recieve the Photos?
     
  15. Awesomeaudio

    Awesomeaudio AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    If your viewing via PC then the Full image would be better. If you're on a mobile device, such as android, then the thumbs would be better because all the pics will open in a window that allows you to scroll across to view all the pics.
    The latest forum update has made the process of uploading photos much more user friendly and the people responsible should be commended.
    Glad to see the back of photobucket. What a grub company. Can't wait to see all their uploads flushed out.
     
  16. quebecois

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    Just a test with the drag and drop procedure from a personal photo gallery on my PC, then using the full image option, works like a charm
     
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  17. quebecois

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    Testing putting more than one picture in the same post

    56-des-pires-voitures-de-04.jpg

    nice car, isn't it?

    vieux char.png

    I found that one deep in the woods
     
  18. Te-Te

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    I have an iPad, how can I put a video or song from say YouTube onto a thread? I can do pictures and gifs no problem. But does anyone know the procedure for an actual video? As related to an IPAD.
     
  19. Rockyhill

    Rockyhill No marigolds in the promised land Subscriber

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    For YouTube copy the link to the video and paste in a post (click the arrow in upper right corner of the window and select “Copy link”.)

    Here’s a video of an excellent performance:


    This was done on an iPad.
     
  20. Te-Te

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    Thank-You I will try that! :beerchug:
     

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