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Date Posted: 17:41:57 11/14/01 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: TResizeTransform resizing
In reply to: DavidAyton 's message, "Re: TResizeTransform resizing" on 17:18:29 11/14/01 Wed

Hi David,

I don't think I can give you a simple answer on this one, as I am not sure myself. The interpolated filters will certainly be better when enlarging. When reducing, it probably depends on two things: the characteristics of the source image, and the internal implementation of StetchDraw. StretchDraw may be different on different versions of windows. It is possible for clipart reduction, the smoothing effect of the filters may not be your best bet. With the interpolation filters, it is trial and error to get the most pleasing image.

Best regards,


>Whoops. That should have read "Am I better off not
>using interpolation for reductions?"

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