By Richard Rost 12 days ago
Resize Images in Access Using FFmpeg & Paint
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to resize images directly from your Access database. We'll cover two distinct methods for achieving this. First, we'll explore how to use the Shell function in VBA to run FFmpeg, an open-source multimedia handling utility. Next, for those who prefer an approach that doesn't require 3rd-party software, I'll guide you through a technique using SendKeys and Microsoft Paint. This tutorial is designed for both Advanced users and Developers, offering a practical way to manipulate images within Access.
Maya from Eagan, Minnesota (a Silver Member) asks: How can I resize large, high-resolution JPEG files from my photographers to a more manageable size, like 500 pixels across, so that I can easily link them to my Microsoft Access database?
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