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Adjust Image Aspect Ratio

  1. From your account, click Campaign

  2. Select a campaign to review its timeline
  3. Click on the photo item on the timeline. A pop-up window will display the item properties. Among other information, there is Aspect ratio field, which contain four different options for image fitting:
    • Stretch: This will make your image fit exactly to the screen area where it is set. It is ideal for approximate areas, but if the image size differs too much from the screen area, the photo will end up too stretched
    • Keep original: The photo will remain exactly as it is, without any distortion. If you have a larger area on the screen, black bars will fill the blank areas. On the other hand, if the photo is set to a smaller area, it will be cropped
    • Fit height: Opt for this setting if there are areas without information that you don't mind cropping on the image sides. If you have a portrait picture and the area is on a landscape proportion, you might get instead black bars on the sides
    • Fit width: Choose this setting if the photo you are going to place and the area have about the same width. If the photo width is larger, black bars will appear on the top and the bottom. In case you set a portrait photo to fit a wide screen area, the top and bottom will be cropped
  4. Make adjustments to the settings, then click Apply
  5. Click Save to save the campaign changes