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How to Reduce the File Size of your eLearning Images

LearnUpon

Have you ever launched a course to find that some of your course content images take a long time to render? Do you find that the file sizes of your courses are huge? To overcome this you need to reduce the size of the mixed media elements within your courses. What is image compression? Why compress images?

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How to compress PowerPoint presentations and reduce picture file size

BrightCarbon

Including high-quality images and videos often adds hugely to audience engagement, but it also adds file size. Here are five ways to compress PowerPoint file size for easy emailing and speedy running of your presentation. Images: Select a picture on any slide and go to the Picture Tools Format tab on the ribbon.

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How to Play the eLearning File Size Game Without Losing Quality

eLearning Brothers

Have you ever had to play the File Size Game? The game we play is when we decrease course file sizes to load faster for your learners without losing quality. In most cases, images take the longest to load. You might want to have a file size game plan. File Size Game Strategy.

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How To Create Cost-Effective eLearning Courses

Brilliant Teams

Optimize Multimedia Elements Multimedia elements such as images, videos, and audio can enhance the learning experience. However, they can also significantly increase the file size of your course. For cost-effective multimedia, you can use royalty-free images from websites like Unsplash or Pixabay.

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7 Ways to Improve the Site Speed for Your Online Course

LearnDash

This means that if your website hits a very large file, it will stop loading other elements until it’s finished with that file. Asynchronous loading means you can have your browser load JavaScript and CSS files such that they will skip over larger files to load other elements of the site faster. Catch 22, right?

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How to Extract Text From An Image: The Definitive Guide

TechSmith Camtasia

Imagine there was an easy way to get text out of an image and quickly paste it into another document. The good news is that you no longer have to waste time typing everything out because there are programs that use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to analyze the letters and words in an image, and then convert them to text.

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Image Optimization and Enhancement for Faster, Clearer, More Accessible Content

Magic EdTech

Online publishers rely on top-notch images to communicate ideas and information; even a stray crop mark or dust speck can change the meaning of an image or make it harder to “read.”. Magic EdTech makes image enhancements and optimization a priority for its clients, ensuring products that meet the needs of both publishers and learners.

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