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Hi Guys,

I want to save exported images (using Graphic exporter of Quick Time) for a size of 256x256 and a maximum data size of 20Kbits.

I tried GraphicsExportSetResolution and GraphicsExportSetTargetsize but it seems not working.

Any help please.

-BT
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You can't change the size in pixels using a graphic exporter. GraphicsExportSetResolution sets the dpi setting for those formats that support it, not the number of pixels. What you want to do for that is probably to draw your source image in whatever format it is into a GWorld of the target size, then call GraphicsExportSetInputGWorld with that.

As for target size, that's only available when exporting to JPEG, and there's a limit on how many times it will try recompressing before giving up. So don't consider that reliable.
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