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I wouldn't know how to change the image within Google Drive, but there are several online services for re sizing images, I've use this one and works perfectly: http://www.resizeyourimage.com/


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The pop effect is simply an increase in local contrast.


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The Google Drive Drawings seem to be vectors. There is no "pixel count" for vector images. I find that select all and resize works well for shapes but less well if I have text (especially if different text boxes have different font sizes- then I have to change the font size for each box after the resize.


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Google plus is not available anymore. Steps to rotate Open the Google Photos App on your mobile device Tap on the vide you wish to edit Tap on settings at the bottom of the screen You have the options to Stabilize or Rotate the video Tap the actions you wish to execute Save the Video and sync it back to the cloud Done


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There is a native way: access Google Photos. First you need to enable google drive pictures as shown here. Please once in that page, read below "View & edit photos stored in Google Drive using Google Photos" Then select the image, and either press shift+r, or in the top right corner choose "more options"> Rotate Edit: Please note, according to this ...


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Surprisingly Google Drive natively cannot rotate images. Some programs try to reorient the image when you open it, which explains your second paragraph. The guide you linked to refers to the Google Drive application Google Drawings. After installing it, you can create a Drawing document: in which you can rotate images:


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For a quick and easy solution, you could use a screenshot program such as the Snipping Tool in Windows or Screenshot in Ubuntu/Linux to crop whichever part of the image you'd like to select. Most screenshot programs have the option of selecting just a section of the screen. You'll have to save the cropped image as a new image and manually re-insert it into ...


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Google Docs Presentation only has a very limited set of image options ranging only to resizing, rotating, and moving. Any additional image manipulation must be done with other software. Many options are available in this area, from free to big dollars, such as Paint.NET and GIMP up to major programs such as Photoshop. Each of these editors have their own ...


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Svick is correct; there is no way in MediaWiki to change an image's aspect ratio without reuploading it. However, the first bullet point, [[File:Whiskey flag.svg|50x50px]], is actually correct, but it just doesn't do what you may expect it to. That syntax sets whichever dimension is larger, height or width, to 50px and computes the other based on the aspect ...


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As far as I know, MediaWiki doesn't have any syntax for that. The image syntax is for displaying images, not for modifying them, which is what you're asking. To do this, I think you will have to reupload the image with the aspect ratio you want.


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YouTube keeps the original file you uploaded to them and uses that when trimming the video. So it'll get indeed reencoded, but you won't really see a loss of quality if you have enough of a buffer in terms of bitrate (ie if you've used the recommended settings.)


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The old Google+ Photos can rotate video's (seems like this functionality is still missing). Simply go to https://plus.google.com/photos. It will redirect you to photos.google.com but you'll have the option to go back to Google+ Photos. Click that option, open your video and use the rotate tools on top. Thanks to this reddit post: https://www.reddit.com/...


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With free desktop tools like BB FlashBack Express and Microsoft Expression Encoder Screen Capture, you can record whatever is running on your screen. While the video is running, you can start & stop at required portions. With Expression Encoder SP2, you can overcome the 10-minute screen capture time limitation that was there earlier. You can also use ...


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You can resize the drawing in inches- centimeters, points or pixels in the File->Page Setup menu. I know this question is currently nine years old but Google pointed me here so I will get a current answer in here.


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