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Are there any minimum or maximum parameters for the photos that can be uploaded to the Georgia MLS i.e. pixel resolution, individual file size etc?

I’ve searched online but cannot find a clear answer to this.

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make everything 1920 wide and you'll be ok.
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MLS services vary on what they accept for image sizes. Your best bet is to contact your local MLS provider and ask to speak to the person who manages it. We have 6 different MLS providers in our area, and each is different. One of them here will not accept images larger than 720x680 (which I personally find ludicrous). In most cases, the MLS service will accept any file size for upload and they will automatically process the file to the size they need. I have found that if you re-size the images to the correct dimensions before you upload, the images tend to look better on the MLS since their systems aren't doing the size adjustment and compression with some over aggressive algorithm.
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