Saving image as non progressive

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Oct 28, 2007
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Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

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jaSPAMc
Oct 28, 2007
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save dialogue.
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lucky33
Oct 28, 2007
On Oct 28, 12:34 pm, Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save dialogue.

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?
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Tacit
Oct 28, 2007
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lucky33 wrote:

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?

Please describe what format the image is. Is it a TIFF? a PSD? a GIF? a JPEG? A TGA?

If you go to the Save As command, you can set whatever options you want.


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Voivod
Oct 28, 2007
On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 14:33:54 -0400, tacit scribbled:

Please describe what format the image is. Is it a TIFF? a PSD? a GIF? a JPEG? A TGA?

And how many of those have ‘progressive’ in their save dialog… Try not to be such an ass. That’s my job.
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jaSPAMc
Oct 29, 2007
Voivod found these unused words:

On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 14:33:54 -0400, tacit scribbled:

Please describe what format the image is. Is it a TIFF? a PSD? a GIF? a JPEG? A TGA?

And how many of those have ‘progressive’ in their save dialog… Try not to be such an ass. That’s my job.
…. and you do what you do do so well … <G>!
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jaSPAMc
Oct 29, 2007
lucky33 found these unused words:

On Oct 28, 12:34 pm, Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save dialogue.

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?

Probably as the chosen format doesn’t have a "non-progressive" mode!

FWIW, why are you ‘going backwards’?
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KatWoman
Oct 29, 2007
"lucky33" wrote in message
On Oct 28, 12:34 pm, Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save
dialogue.

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?

no "save for web"??
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jaSPAMc
Oct 30, 2007
"KatWoman" found these unused words:

"lucky33" wrote in message
On Oct 28, 12:34 pm, Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save
dialogue.

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?

no "save for web"??
Surely the formats that allow interlace would be the same in Save (As) as Save for Web? The format options shouldn’t change or is this another adobe ‘hidden benefit’?
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KatWoman
Oct 30, 2007
"Sir F. A. Rien" wrote in message
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"lucky33" wrote in message
On Oct 28, 12:34 pm, Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save
dialogue.

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?

no "save for web"??
Surely the formats that allow interlace would be the same in Save (As) as Save for Web? The format options shouldn’t change or is this another adobe ‘hidden benefit’?

I am still using CS
"save as" doesn’t have the same options as "save for web" which opens the image ready interface
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jaSPAMc
Oct 31, 2007
"KatWoman" found these unused words:

"Sir F. A. Rien" wrote in message
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"lucky33" wrote in message
On Oct 28, 12:34 pm, Sir F. A. Rien wrote:
lucky33 found these unused words:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

IF you have the interlaced option for that format, it will show on the Save
dialogue.

I do not see anything when I go to save. Does that mean that I am SOL???? do you know of another program that I can use to save the files as non progressive?

no "save for web"??
Surely the formats that allow interlace would be the same in Save (As) as Save for Web? The format options shouldn’t change or is this another adobe ‘hidden benefit’?

I am still using CS
"save as" doesn’t have the same options as "save for web" which opens the image ready interface
But … -=file formats=- shouldn’t change, thus those that support interlace should be available whenever, wherever!

There may be ‘features’ in image ready, but -=if=- they are non standard in file creation, then they are useless.
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macbook
Nov 2, 2007
On 2007-10-28 11:22:18 -0230, lucky33 said:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

There are certain formats that allow a choice for progressive. it’s option is available when you save to that format "save as" or "save for web"



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MacBook
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Voivod
Nov 2, 2007
On Fri, 2 Nov 2007 12:30:13 -0230, macbook <privaty please> scribbled:

On 2007-10-28 11:22:18 -0230, lucky33 said:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

There are certain formats that allow a choice for progressive.

There’s one.
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jaSPAMc
Nov 3, 2007
Voivod found these unused words:

On Fri, 2 Nov 2007 12:30:13 -0230, macbook <privaty please> scribbled:
On 2007-10-28 11:22:18 -0230, lucky33 said:

Can somebody please tell me where I need to go in Photoshop CS3 to make sure that the file is saved as non progressive.

All help is greatly appreciated

There are certain formats that allow a choice for progressive.

There’s one.

MORE than ‘one’ … plink!

..jpg has a ‘progressive option, GIF89 has an ‘interlaced’ (non progressive) option, .png also has interlace or progressive.

Do at least a modicum of investigatin before pontificating.

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