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Thread: Keeping picture quality in photos?

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    Default Keeping picture quality in photos?
    Hey everyone I would like to know if it is possable to keep the resolution of a picture that i sync to itunes?

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    Nope. You can use (if you have 2.0) FileMagnet to view the pics in their original format.
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    cool I'll give it a try. Why would have apple done this?why would they want people not to enjoy the screens resolution an easy functionality.

    Edit: I took a look at filemagnet and it says that it works for mac. Does it work with pc?
    Last edited by georgc; 2008-08-10 at 10:07 AM.

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    In a word, space. Which they want to save. Peoples photos are all in different sizes and resolutions, so iTunes conforms and dithers them all.

    My bad, looks like FileMagnet is Mac only right now. Try another one called Files.
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    I see the space issue being a problem but this makes it hard to read the books and manga that i have on file. Quick question where is the file locations of the picture folder? maybe i could transfer my own pictures manualy into the phone.

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    You could, but they wouldn't be readable by Photos.app, pictures are categorized and synced the same way music and videos are. Files or some such program would allow you to view them in their native format and resolution.
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