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June 22nd, 2005 · No Comments

What’s better for a PowerPoint slide presentation JPEG or TIFF photos? I’m putting the presentation together and the photos I had taken are in both format and I can’t tell the difference.
You don’t need much resolution for a Power Point presentation. JPEG files are generally much more compressed and will not have large files. The greatest image size you could need is the resolution of the projector. A projector with a resolution of 1024 x 768, which is quite good today, can not even use 1 Megapixel of information with a full screen image. Most Power Point images only take part of the screen real estate. Use JPEG and compress. Larger images can be used and resized in Power Point, but all of the information resides in the Power Point file, making huge, slow Power Point files.

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