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Is there a way to take a screenshot without it adding jpeg compression? WP8

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Does it have to be a .jpeg? If not, save your image as a PNG for lossless compression. Or for No compression save it as a .bmp.

What image editing programs do you have at your disposal?

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Tsk tsk forum mod :p you didn't see what forum this is in.

Seems windows phone 8 takes screenshots in lossy jpeg

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[quote name='Marshall' timestamp='1353201777' post='595329214']
Does it have to be a ,jpeg? If not, save your image as a PNG for lossless compression. Or for No compression save it as a .bmp.

What image editing programs do you have at your disposal?
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Didn't seem like he was keen on saving as 100% JPEG, but rather wanting ANYthing lossless.

Also, I'm under the impression he can't find the setting for it.

[i]Glassed Silver:mac[/i]

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As far as I can tell, nope. I'd genuinely love to be proven wrong though.

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[quote name='Timan' timestamp='1353201855' post='595329216']
Tsk tsk forum mod :p you didn't see what forum this is in.

Seems windows phone 8 takes screenshots in lossy jpeg
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whoops, my fault :blush:

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In case anyone wants to know how to do it, some reason when I import the photos via hooking up to the comp, there is compression there as well. BUT if I do upload to skydrive, then right click the image on skydrive's website and do view original, it'll show the lossless full quality screenie.
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Define "lossless" ... Png?

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