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    this was talk about before but can't find it so thought I would check for any updates - I have photobucket but for me to use it I have to pay a nice monthly/year fee and every time I go on there I end up getting advertisement for stuff and can't get to my photos.

    Does anyone know a better way to post photos on DVX?


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    You can upload photos directly to DVX, but there is a file size limitation. All “personal” photos that I’ve posted have been loaded directly from my computer to here. I don’t use any photo/file hosting services.


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    There is an 'insert image' icon at the top of the posting window. Click on it. A dialog box will open. Select the 'From Computer' tab. Click 'Browse'. Select a file. Once the file is selected, click the 'Upload' button below the file name. It's hard to see this because of the color selection of black over dark blue.


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    thanks


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    Dvxuser badly mangles uploaded images.

    I use flikr and imgur.
    Matt Gottshalk - Director/ Dp/ and Emmy Award Winning Editor
    Producer, Digital Creative for the United States Postal Service


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    Also, remember to post JPEGs if you want to upload larger photos. ( not sure what the limit is, but I am pretty sure JPEG supports up to 1000 x 1000 pixel uploads )


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