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I have a question about packing images. Can you shed some light?

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Is-it better to pack images in ZIP archives ?

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Re: Packing images ?

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Hey there @Babaorum44 - welcome to our forums!

I guess that would depend on one's needs and their use case of course. 

What would you like to achieve eventually and how does Dropbox come into play on this process?

Any information you can include about this would be very much appreciated and help us get a clearer view of the matter at hand. 

 

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