You can adjust the overall image quality of photos captured by the device's camera before you index and upload the document to OnBase.
Image quality can only be adjusted for photos captured by the device's camera. If a combination of camera photos and images from the Photos app are selected for upload, you can still adjust the image quality, however only the image quality of the camera photos is affected.
By default, images are uploaded at Normal quality. To adjust the image quality of photos before uploading, perform the following steps:
Locate the Image Quality selector in the page list:
Select one of the following options:
Select Low to upload photos at low quality.
This option stores images at 200 DPI. This option may be best suited for a quicker upload speed, or if data transfer or bandwidth is a concern.
Select Normal to upload photos at normal quality.
This option stores images at 250 DPI.
Select High to upload photos at high quality.
This option stores images at 300 DPI.Note:
Your image quality selection is saved for all OnBase users that log in from the device. The image quality selection is saved until you or another user changes the setting.
- After selecting an image quality option, you can check the image quality by selecting a photo from the page list. If you are unsatisfied with the quality of the image, tap Page List to return to the page list and select a different image quality option.