If you are using a web-based email service, emailing your photos can be as simple as attaching a file. When emailing a file, however, be aware of file size. Larger files will take longer to send and receive.
In Olympus Master 2, you can easily resize your photo using the the "Resize & Convert Format" function found under the "Tools" menu.
Selecting Your Images
Select the image(s) to attach to the E-mail within "Thumbnail Area," and drag and drop them into the white area above.
You can also select the images within the "Thumbnail Area" and click
Resizing Your Images
Under "Resize," type in the maximum pixel size (the length you want for your longest side), and Olympus Master will automatically calculate the length of the other side.
Example: You want to send an 800x600 image to a friend. Type "800" in the box.
You will also have the option to choose the quality of your JPEG compression from this screen. The higher the quality, the higher your file size. Keeping it at "Standard Quality " should be okay for most applications.
Click "Convert" and you will be prompted for the location where you would like to save the converted file.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In Olympus Master 2, the default location for saving your low-resolution email photo(s) is the same folder as where your original photos reside. To avoid accidentally saving over your original photos with a low-resolution copy, be sure to save your email versions in a different folder or on the desktop for easy access. To save to your desktop, follow these instructions when prompted for the location to save your file(s).
- Click on the button
- Choose "Desktop" from the menu
Once your file is resized, you can attach it to your email or send it to a Web-based photo album.