FAQ

Which image formats are supported.

We, currently support JPEG/JPG and PNG images.

Are PNG images supported.

Yes, PNG images are supported.

Why resizing is slow?.

It can be slow for various reasons such as large image size which increases upload time, large resolution of image.

What happens to my images once I upload them?

Your images are processed and made available for download.

Why my download is in JPEG/JPG format.

Your images are converted into jpeg as it is support by all examination portals online.

Image transparency lost.

We replace transparent colors with white, during conversion in order to deliver images in jpeg format.

How long does it takes to resize an image?

Most resizes are carried out within a second. Your internet connection speed plays a crucial role in terms of speed, if your internet speed is fast you won't have to wait long for images to upload.

Can I download previously resized images?

No, we remove access data of previous resizes when you carry out a new image resize.

Is my resized photo made public?

No, we respect your privacy. Only you can download images you resized and they are not public.

Are my images made public.

No, we respect your privacy. Only you can download images you resized and they are not public.

Will image quality be reduced?

Depends, if you try compress large images you will notice some quality loss.

Can GIFs be resized.

No, we do not process GIFs.

Errors

Showing "too large or too small" error.

It occurs when your image is too large and cannot be resized under given size.

Solution

Resize the size by defining height and width or crank the max-size slider up or both.

Showing "File?" error.

This error is to notify user that selected file is type is not supported. Currently we support PNG,JPEG,GIFF and TIFF format.

Solution

Select a valid image file.

Showing "What? - Data was random." error.

This error occurs when your resize request is invalid.

Solution:

Reloading the page and error will be automatically resolved.

Showing "Unverified Request" error.

This error occurs when your resize request is invalid.

Solution:

Reloading the page and error will be automatically resolved.