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Blurry Screenshots

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Posted:  14 Mar 2018 22:45
I'm using Chrome Version 64.0.3282.186 (Official Build) (64-bit) on Windows 10
and the screenshots look super clear when I view them in the editor but after downloading them as images (and using them in articles online) they are super blurry.  Here are 2 examples:

https://searchengineland.com/figz/wp-content/seloads/2018/01/QA-S ...

https://searchengineland.com/figz/wp-content/seloads/2018/01/QA-S ...

I have already confirmed that my browser is set to 100% zoom so that's not it.
Posted:  14 Mar 2018 22:59
Do they look good, when you open them in your windows viewer (just right after saving to disk)? What if you save them to PNG?
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Posted:  14 Mar 2018 23:11
They are being saved as PNG and they do look fine when I look at them on my computer.  It's not until they are uploaded online that they look blurry. Here is another example: https://d2v4zi8pl64nxt.cloudfront.net/fake-negative-reviews-on-go ...
Posted:  14 Mar 2018 23:33   Last Edited By: JK
So they're converted by server from PNG to JPG. JPG is loseless - this is the cause.
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Posted:  14 Mar 2018 23:39
Ah.  Does that happen a lot with Wordpress?  Do you know a way to get around that?
Posted:  14 Mar 2018 23:41
I think, there should be an option in WP to override this. You can also try saving to JPG before the uploading.
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Posted:  15 Mar 2018 21:35
So if I send them JPEG photos instead of PNG should that help?
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