This article will describe the different types of image optimizations available in a basic order specification.
To get started using Pixelz, you must first create an Order Specification. Order Specifications tell our editors exactly how your images should be edited. They are saved in your account and can be re-used for future orders.
Many of our customers like to create their own custom Order Specifications, but we also offer preset Order Specifications for people who sell on marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay. By using these preset Order Specifications, we guarantee that your images will be Amazon or eBay compliant**.
Types Of Order Specifications
There are three recommended ways to create your Order Specification based on where you plan to sell your products.
If you plan on using a marketplace such as Amazon or eBay to sell your products, we would suggest using our Marketplace Wizard. This will assist you with ensuring your images will be compliant with your marketplace standards. You can learn more about how to use the Marketplace Wizard here.
If you are a photographer, have experience editing your own product images, or own an eCommerce site, then we would suggest using our Step-By-Step option to set up your specifications. This will allow you to customize your specifications using more advanced options, as well as select add-ons for your images. You can learn more about how to set up your specifications using the Step-By-Step option here.
If you are advanced with image editing and own an eCommerce site, the we would suggest using our Manual option to set up your specifications. This will allow you to pick and choose from advanced image optimizations, as well as have the opportunity to select add-ons for your images. You can learn more about how to set up your specifications here.
**The only images that we are unable to make marketplace compliant are images that are smaller than the marketplaces' minimum size standards. For example, we are unable to change a 200x200 pixel product image to a 1000x1000 pixel product image (by upscaling). If we did this, the final image would most likely be blurry/grainy and risk the possibility of being rejected by the marketplace.