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Enviar Imágenes por Correo Electrónico

Con StudioLine puede crear fácilmente y automáticamente un correo electrónico con imágenes que ha seleccionado. Seleccione cualquier número de imágenes, y seleccione “Enviar imágenes por correo electrónico” en el menú “Archivo”. Como alternativa, puede hacer clic derecho sobre las imágenes seleccionadas para abrir el menú contextual y seleccione “Enviar imágenes por correo electrónico.”

La ventana “Enviar imágenes por correo electrónico” se abre, donde usted puede determinar el tamaño y formato de archivo de su imagen añadida.

La ventana “Enviar imágenes por correo electrónico” es, con la excepción de algunas diferencias lógicas, idéntica a la ventana familiar “Exportar los objetos como ...”. Por lo tanto las siguientes explicaciones son principalmente refrescos.

Ajustes guardados

Here you can set and save frequently used email settings for easy recall.

Tamaño de la imagen

The “Image Size” drop-down menu offers a choice of standard screen and print sizes. The “Use Original Size” option will email images in the size of the Image Archive originals. You can also use the width and height controls to pick any custom size.

A standard or custom size you choose may not exactly fit the dimensions of the images to be emailed. As in exporting, to safeguard against distortion or over-stretching, StudioLine will never enlarge images beyond their original size or change their width/height proportions. Instead StudioLine uses the “underfill” technique (discussed in the Exporting Images section). The size you choose defines a bounding rectangle into which StudioLine will proportionally scale the images, as necessary.

The checkbox “Automatically Adjust for Orientation” will take the orientation of each image into consideration and assign the larger specified size to the longer side of the image, and vice versa. If you were to define a size of 640×480 pixels, then a landscape image would be exported 640 pixels wide, while a portrait image would be 640 pixels high. Next to the two size control fields is a drop down list with units of measurement: pixels, inches, or centimeter.

Images intended for printing or desktop publishing can thus be exported in the preferred unit of measure. The field “DPI” will activate to let you control the print resolution.

Formato de Archivo

StudioLine will propose to email images in the widely recognized JPEG format which cuts down file size dramatically. The smaller the file size, the quicker your email will upload and send. The estimated size of the email message appears near the bottom of the panel. Adjust the amount of compression by adjusting the number in the field entitled “Image”. High quality (a higher number) is great for crisp online resolution and professional at-home printing. Low quality is really only suitable for images where resolution is not important.

Other file formats will always use the quality of the original image. These file formats should only be used for specific applications – such as sending images for professional quality print purposes. If you need to send an image with transparent areas or irregular shapes, choose the TIFF or PNG file formats and deselect the option “Colorize Transparent Areas”, as described below.

Otras Opciones

Below the “Format” control is a list of additional options. Active options are displayed with a checkmark. Click an option to activate or deactivate.

  • Apply Image Tools
    If you deactivate this option, StudioLine will keep any pre-processing, but disregard other image tools, filters, and effects that you may have used with this image. This allows you to email an unedited version of your image.
  • Colorize Transparent Areas
    By default, transparent areas (the “alpha channel”) will be preserved if the chosen file format supports transparency (for example TIFF or PNG). Activate this option if you want the transparent areas to be colored white instead. For graphics formats that don't support transparency (for example JPEG, BMP), transparent areas will be always be colored white.
  • Omit Camera Specific Exif Data
    StudioLine will include Exif, IPTC, and Windows tags with images if supported by the chosen graphics file format. Select this option to omit any such camera specific information from the emailed file.
  • Include Descriptors
    This option will copy the system and user descriptors to the message body.

Vista previa

Hacer clic en el botón de “Vista Previa” para verificar los resultados de las configuraciones de su correo electrónico antes de que los archivos sean enviados. Una ventanilla de vista previa mostrará la imagen basada en todas las configuraciones en la calidad y tamaño especificados (para imágenes JPEG).Es muy fácil encontrar las configuraciones ideales porque la vista previa automáticamente se refrescará después de cualquier cambio. La barra de herramientas le permite examinar las imágenes y elegir previamente un tamaño. Una explicación más detallada de la ventana de “Configuración de vista previa/ Ajustes detalles” se discute en el capítulo Exportación de Imágenes.

Enviar

Click “OK” in the “Send Images via Email” window to send your email. If your email software is compatible and has been defined as the default, it will automatically open and start a new message with the selected images as attachments. Simply enter the recipient’s email address, type a message, and send.

es/pro/email_image.txt · Última modificación: 2014/12/05 17:36 (editor externo)