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Resize Video Thumbnails for Fb Ads
Resize Video Thumbnails for Fb Ads
Resize Video Thumbnails for Fb Ads
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Resize Video Thumbnails for Fb Ads
In a previous video, I showed how to make a custom thumbnail using Microsoft Paint & a free program called Jing.
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I’m at my Facebook Ads Manager Page where I was creating an Ad for these Sensational Video Backgrounds. The Thumbnail image which I’d stored in my Pictures File, was going to be used as the image for the Ad & although it looked excellent when it was first uploaded, when it was shown in the Ad Preview, all I could see when it was repositioned was the text section – the bottom & top were cut off but I managed to find a way of resizing which has given me the complete Thumbnail Text & Total view.
Here was a beautiful background image I wished to show in one of my Facebook Ads, so I took my Jing & I captured that image & saved it to my Pictures file.
Here was another beautiful image I wanted to save to my Pictures file, so with my Jing I captured that image & saved it.
I’m at my Fb Ads Manager Page where I uploaded those Thumbnail images but when I looked in the Ad Preview all I could see was the text section. The bottom & top were cut off.
This image appeared with the top cut off right through this line of text & the same thing happened with this image here, it also cut through the text.
I’ll show you how I was able to resize 6 images very quickly using Microsoft Paint.
In MS Paint, I went to the ‘rectangle’ shape & I drew a box 152 millimetres across the top & 62 mills down the side. I then took the ‘straight line’ & made a little projection in line with the side. I made a projection on each side of the bottom line – this helps me when I’m repositioning my images. I go to ‘Paste’ & ‘Paste from’ I select the image I saved.
I slide this across until the left hand corner of the image reaches the left hand corner of the box I created. I then drag the bottom right hand corner up until the sliding marker reaches the top projection I drew in & I move up until the marker is in line with my bottom projection & then I have my newly resized image within the box.
I take my Jing & I capture that image & save it to my Pictures with a name that I can recognise. I brought from my file a second image & I dragged it across likewise & I positioned it in the box with the left hand corners matching & I drew the bottom right corner up with the slider meeting the top right projection & the bottom slider meeting my bottom line projection & I captured that & saved it to my Pictures with a name that I could recognise. Here are the resized images. They’ve all come out well. Here is one sensational image & they’ve all been approved by facebook & I trust that will be useful for you too
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THE NAUTICAL ORIGINS of Some Common Expressions ….
Colors, True Colors, False Colors, Flying Colors : The flag flown by a vessel
indicating its nationality was referred to as her colors.
Long before radios, you can imagine how important this might have been,
especially when engaged in battle. False colors were sometimes flown to
avoid capture or to approach unsuspiciously (see bamboozle above).
This was frowned upon in International Law, wherein it is accepted as
a ‘ruse of war’ only if the ship is in immediate danger.
“Showing false colors” and being “above board” are related
and both come from the sea. Flying a flag other than your own (false colors)
in order to delay an enemy’s recognition is a practice with ancient origins.
It is a perfectly legitimate trick of war,
so long as one hoists his true colors just prior to firing his first shot.

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