Using this function:
The properties of the photo are not
The file size will be increased by the size of the
encrypted file. You have to be consistent with the size of the photos chosen and
the volume of data to be concealed.
Conceal small encrypted files
behind large (high definition) graphics files rather than the other way around.
If you have a folder containing 100 low definition photos with an average file
size of 300KB do not hide a 20MB encrypted file behind one of those photos. Just
open the folder in Details view to see the inconsistency. On the other hand, if
all the photos in the file are 20 MB, we can very well imagine that one of these
photos is twice the size of the others. To reduce the size of this file, it is
possible to modify the photo to switch it to low definition so that the size of
the final file is consistent with the others.
work on formats. Using a graphic editor export all the .jpg photos from a folder
except those you want to use to hide WinSesame files in .png format which will
increase the size of the files. Hide the encrypted files behind the .jpg files
and then rename the .jpg files to .png. The photo will be displayed in the same
way because image display programs do not use the extension to read the format
of an image but its header which is not