Of course none of these results are frameable, but
you can see how Imagener
enlarges these low resolution images better than high end expensive photo
software can. See how bicubic enlargement
(image on the right) shows pixelation that the Imagener enlargements
have resolved? We displayed this low resolution image on purpose
to magnify the differences visually.
Just because an image looks good to the human eye (the original
first image above), if it has been optimized for display on a web
page it has had much of the image information pulled out of it on
purpose so that it downloads faster. Some images can look surprisingly
acceptable even at resolutions as low as 72 dpi. Images need a minimum
of 200 dots per inch and be of sufficient size to for most uses other
that display on a website. For printable or frameable results,
300 dpi and 240 pixels X 240 pixels is a recommended minimum to follow.
This is a common problem, especially for
"old" installations of the Microsoft Windows operating system - computers
that have not had Windows re-installed in a very long time. Over time,
viruses, malware, spyware, etc. tend to become lodged in places that
anti-virus software cannot find it, or pieces of the Windows operating
system become corrupt or deleted.
WE RECOMMEND that you run Windows Update
at least every week to keep your computer up-to-date regarding security
fixes and patches, but we also recommend that you install Visual
Shield, a small program that puts a programmatical barrier between
the operating system's much harsher crash recovery error traps and
the user interface, allowing you to save your work without losing
it before the system crashes. Visual
Shield is not intended as a
program that can stop blue screens, but for some errors, it can recover
the system fully.
Click here for the Visual Shield website