Facebook Photo Album Bad Image Resolution Fix
If you regularly upload your images on Facebook, then you must have noticed that on several occasions, the uploaded result ends up having weird ghosting or smudging of detail. Its probably because of the image resizing algorithm that Facebook uses. How to fix it?
Solution is simple, just resize your images, before you upload them. Use a good software for the purpose. Windows users might want to use Irfan view, which is a free software, and can be used for batch conversions for upload. It retains the image quality and provides the option to sharpen images when they are reduced in size, which retains the crispness. I have observed that pre-resizing images to a resolution of 720×720 (i.e. keep the shorter side to 720 pixels), gives good results and I never observed any ghosting again, this is because 720×720 is the optimum size at which the images are shown in Facebook albums.
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