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11/8/12 1:27 AM
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Dan Pagan
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I have a jpg of a logo that i want to use on websites, flyers and stuff. The image is a bit pixelated and when it is expanded it is more choppy looking. Is there a format or program I can use to clean it up? Would one of you guys be willing to help out if it is just a matter of a few clicks? I could email it or something.

Thanks!
12/16/12 3:39 AM
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GNPfan
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Did you ever get this done?
2/23/13 1:43 PM
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you can always use a vector graphics editor, that will never be pixelated. saved as a svg file.
2/23/13 7:27 PM
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GNPfan - Did you ever get this done?
No sir Phone Post
2/24/13 3:36 AM
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GNPfan - Did you ever get this done?
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Ok, a couple years ago I found a program that worked really good for me when I cam across a couple of old pictures I took with an early digital camera that were very pixelated. It was a freeware program I got off the internet. I will try to find it and post the name of it here when I find it.
2/24/13 3:44 AM
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Ok, I found it faster then I thought. It's called noiseware community edition version 2.6, here is the link.

http://download.cnet.com/windows/imagenomic/3260-20_4-6262344.html?tag=rb_content;contentBody

It's the 5th one down on the page.

It worked really well for me, good luck and let me know how it works. If you have any questions send me a PM or post here.
4/9/13 1:28 AM
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Willie Makitt
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Edited: 04/09/13 1:28 AM
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