anyone got an ';easy way'; or a tutorial for a noob to start off.How to increase the size of a jpg, bmp, png image without increase of pixelation?tutorial?
Keep in mind that the images formats you list are raster images, put together by pixels. Vector images are based upon formulas that direct how to display the image. Raster images cannnot be change to vector images although vector images can be change to raster images.
Now in regard to your question. There is a limit but the best quality will be obtained, within limits, by increasing the size of the image in 10% increments. This is done by going to Image Resize and changing the units in the top part of the dialog window from pixels to percent. Then change the 100 to 110 (percent). Be sure constrain proportions and resample is checked. Click OK. Repeat this to the desired size or when the quality becomes unacceptable. Skilled users of Photoshop will write an action to carry out this procedure which would make it very fast to accomplish.How to increase the size of a jpg, bmp, png image without increase of pixelation?tutorial?
Depending on the original size, there really is no way.
What you can do is using Photoshop, resize the image (there will no doubt be pixelation if the image is really small), and add another layer and redraw some of the lines that have become pixelated. That should make the image look a little bit better than it was before depending on how well you redraw some of the artifacts.
Also if its a .jpg, you can try to change the image to a .bmp then resize it, but I am pretty sure that won't make it any better.
Photoshop has a transform tool which you could activate by using Ctrl + T as a shortcut. Or Edit -%26gt; Transform -%26gt; Scale. Select the image and drag one of the handles (boxes on the corners and centers of the line) to resize. Hold SHIFT on your keyboard to resize proportionally.
Hit ENTER on your keyboard to accept the changes, or ESC to reject them and voila your image is transformed without any distortions.