any one? pixelpipe.com?

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    any one know if pixel pipe works with the droid? my friend got the new mimo today and he wanted me to try out pixelpipe.

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    I tried it and it gets your stuff to where you want to send it, but it crushes the resolution. Therefore, I stick with Shozu. There's no app on Android, but I use the email addy for my personal account and do it that way.
     
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    I use Pixelpipe on the Droid with no issues. It may very well reduce the resolution... but when I am uploading them (usually to TwitPic or Facebook), I don't really care if it is not "full resolution" since they are intended for viewing on the screen anyway, so I never actually checked to see if it is compressing the pictures before sending. But again to answer you question directly, yes it DOES work on the Droid.
     
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    I've been using it to upload to photobucket for a while now. No issues. When normall upload to photobucket, I reduce the image size anyway.

    Been working fine, BUT when I take a screenshot of my home screens and use pixel pipe to upload the pics don't upload...................other pictures work though. I don't know what the problem is.
     
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    I just did this with screenshots I took with the new Home++ feature. Uploaded fine for me thru Pixel Pipe to Photobucket.
     
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    That didn't work for me. Odd. When I view the screenshots on my phone, the extension is Jpeg, but when I email the images, it's a PNG.

    When you uploaded your screenshots to photobucket via pixelpipe, did they upload as "jpg" or as "PNG" files?
     
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    Uploaded as .jpg (show as .jpg on phone also). I used the Photobucket upload app from Pixel Pipe and uploaded direct from my phone.
     
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    Are you using Lite or Pro?

    I'm using Lite, when I got into settings and view recent uploads, all of the screenshots I uploaded show up as question marks, like pixel pipe doesn't even recognize the file format. Doh! This is frustrating.
     
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    I used the free Photobucket Media Uploader from Pixelpipe, not the Lite or Pro versions of Pixelpipe Post & Upload.
     
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    I got one to work, but it was stupid how I had to do it.

    Take screenshot, it saves.
    Go into Astro file viewer, rename the image (screen1.jpg)
    Then pixel pipe recognizes the file.

    Makes no sense, because when I got into Astro File viewer, the file is already a jpg, but it's something like 1223342323544.jpg
    If I go into pixel pipe before renaming the file, pixel pipe doesn't even SEE the picture.

    After I renamed the file to screen1(still jpg), when I upload via pixel pipe to my photobucket account................it's uploaded as a freaking PNG file!

    I is confused.
     
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    Hmmmm, don't know what else to tell ya, other than it sounds like I am using a slightly different uploader than you. It recognized the .jpg images without having to do anything special and uploaded to Photobucket as .jpg images.
     
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    I just installed the photobucket specific pixel pipe, no go. I even uninstalled and reinstalled pixel pipe lite, still no go unless I rename the files, retarded. :(