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Hi, I have a small picture (147*111), and I want to resize it to 640*480... But, when I do that the picture looks very ugly. (you know what I mean). Is there any other way to resize it, but not to look so ugly ? Neßo

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Scaling an image that much is going to result in artifacts. There''s not much you can do to make it scale well. You can filter it or anti-alias it as theSeby said, but it''s still going to look like ass.

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Some asses look nice.

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Okay...
Well, yeah, scale it up with bilinear filtering for a less "block" effect: then apply some sort of sharpening effect?

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bicubic+sharpen works semi-fairly well... if you want it to look real nice you´re going to have to do some retouching by hand though.

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I use PSP for most of my "Quick and Dirty" graphics, and the Bilinear filter gives a less blurry outcome than the Bicubic.

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If it''s a cartoony picture, converting it to a vector image then resizing may not look too bad. If it''s a photo or something, that would look really weird though.

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