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I'm writing these hints because of [[:Image:Vlcsnap-175816.png]] and [[:Image:Vlcsnap-175535.png]].
 
I'm writing these hints because of [[:Image:Vlcsnap-175816.png]] and [[:Image:Vlcsnap-175535.png]].
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It would be better if you uploaded movie screenshots as JPG. PNG may be great for lossless archiving and it is the preferred format for simpler images like sprites and diagrams where it plays out its benfits over JPG: A sprite saved as JPG would look awful. If you use JPG in a rather high compression setting of 80 to 95, it should be just fine on images like photos AND anime screenshots whereas it wouldn't on a sprite.
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It would be better if you uploaded movie screenshots as JPG. PNG may be great for lossless archiving and it is the preferred format for simpler images like sprites and diagrams where it plays out its benfits over JPG: A sprite saved as JPG would look awful. If you use JPG in a rather high quality setting of 80 to 95, it should be just fine on images like photos AND anime screenshots whereas it wouldn't on a sprite.
    
Images with more complex colors such as photos and TV and movie screenshots (yes, usuallly anime and cartoons as well) can be compressed with JPG, because it is more suitable and artifacts don't turn out as bad as on a less complex sprite or diagram. Saying that JPG is generally bad for its lossiness isn't right, since that only gets significant when high compression is applied that really destroys alot of the image or when it gets compressed alot of multiple times.
 
Images with more complex colors such as photos and TV and movie screenshots (yes, usuallly anime and cartoons as well) can be compressed with JPG, because it is more suitable and artifacts don't turn out as bad as on a less complex sprite or diagram. Saying that JPG is generally bad for its lossiness isn't right, since that only gets significant when high compression is applied that really destroys alot of the image or when it gets compressed alot of multiple times.
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