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Hadders says

Sorry if this has be already discussed. . I’m having a hard time producing a thumbnail image. I usually do this in paint -> resize 80×80 save as jpg, then when I submit I get the message rejected thumbnail is squashed, any ideas?? Thank you in advance.

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Hadders says

When I maintain the aspect ratio it is no longer squashed… but then I cannot submit a thumbnail because it is now 80×40 and not 80×80.. any ideas…....? Please

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xeaaex says

ok so while saving a image from you 3d software you can use a setting called resolution put 80 in x and 80 in y, at least i do that in BLENDER.

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Hadders says

Ok I will do that. Thank you :)

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ClutchTrigger says

Hello there,

This is very easy to fix, all you have to do is take a render picture of whatever it is you are selling if it is a 3D model. Once you do that, create a new image the size of 80×80, then open your rendered image for the preview in that same program, re-size the top or bottom of the image (whichever looks best) to 80 and then just paste it to the 80×80 image and save. You have to re-size the image either on the top of bottom accordingly.

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Hadders says

Thanks for your replies, i just now render 160×160 and that gives me the thumbnail of 80×80px

The problem i now have, are the preview images, i see cinema 4d renders are having the same issues. Preview images are displayed half with the other half greyed out, any ideas?

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kushal_chaudhari says

Hi in these case i usually set the camera and then render image in 80×80p res. by changing render settings.

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MbrEffects says

make sure to hit shift before start scaling down , in photoshop or else

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