Can we have an option to save the photo in higher quality?
I’ve noticed the app saves photos in a lower resolution than what they’re taken in, is it possible to save photos in the full resolution so there’s no quality loss? Because it seems to output poorly compressed images.
The app is fun to use and you are adding new lenses (filters) all the time but yet this limit remains, depending on the lens, after this was suggested a year a go, for full quality exports! Is it intentional not to improve this app, rather to look at your paid apps or elsewhere, with a feature that has been standard for over five years in most cases, especially on the iPhone. Why limit the app in such an obvious way, it’s a strange restriction for a creative app that should make the most of what’s available with image quality using the full resolution.
Same issue on s10 plus
Agreed. Please give the option to save in the resolution we want. I ALWAYS save in full, thus providing more flexibility to create. This keeps me from using the app more often.
iPhone 10 Max
Agree! NOTE 20 ULTRA file size is small when saved quality is ok but can be improved
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Need to preserve heic image size and quality. Applying filters and saving to camera roll gives small size and low res
Lenses are fun but final photo's resolution has been cut in half! This is on Android - Pixel 4. Please fix this so edited photos are saved at original resolution.
Agreed, full resolution should always be used. What I noticed is when using a filter, two photos are saved the one with the filter at a lower resolution and an untouched full resolution photo changing the ratio to 3:4 first, this is shown as an option in the settings, you can turn off if you want. Why is the image with the filter or lens less quality, or is this dependant on the filter/lens? Same if I edit a photo and apply a lens, when saving it, it's like half the resolution of the original! This is on an iPhone 11.