In this article, you will get the answers to all your queries related to image upload.
1. What is the maximum size of an image that can be uploaded?
On Techpacker the maximum size of an image that can be upload in any card is 5 MB. Whereas if attaching any file within the comment section of the card, upto 40 MB file size can be uploaded.
Any size above that could result in unexpected errors while page loading.
2. What is the standard format for the image upload?
Images in either .jpeg, .png, .ai or .psd format can be uploaded on Techpacker.
3. What is the correct dimension of the image to be uploaded?
The recommended dimension for a crisp quality images on Techpacker is anything around 1200px X 800px.
4. Why my image/s are not clear or blurry in the pdf?
Whenever an image is uploaded on Techpacker, we store both an original as well as an optimized version of that image. By default, the optimized version of the images is displayed on the PDF. This is to keep your PDF file small (around 2MB) and shorten the PDF render time.
However, you can choose to keep the original size of the image by clicking on the High Res images option from the Document Settings as shown below. Doing so will make your images crisp but your PDF file size will be bigger.
4. Why the image gets rotated?
When photos are taken from the phone and uploaded, it stores the orientation information as metadata and because of that, the image is rotated. In order to fix it, you can use the rotate feature and correct the orientation of your image.