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Image quality poor

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Image quality poor

I have uploaded several images from my local PC and when I insert them into an email they render at very low resolution. They are all very large, much larger than the size I am using them in the email. What gives?
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I am having the same problem. The image is quite sharp, but is extremely blurry on the eblast.

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You downgraded to less quality edit image features. What the heck. Very disappointing. .
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Hi @BurtK1

Thanks for your feedback--can you tell me more about the features you are looking for that we don't offer?

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I am shocked at the massive compression that you apply to my jpgs. I cater to high end designers and use cc for marketing and I have noticed your compression algorythm to my images have become 'severe' artifacting all over... reds look horrible and text look like they were 'stressed' .... been using your service for years - the quality of images has degraded quite a bit ... and I am reconsidering going to another provider.... sad
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When I upload a large image, it becomes a smaller image in Constant Contact. I noticed this when I tried to increase the size of an image within my campaign and found it more pixelated than the original image; I then compared the dimensions of the original image and the uploaded image and noticed a substantial difference.