Matt
Valiant NewTeKnight
Definitely do this matt, it'll save me having to add it each update
Alrighty, I'll do that, your wish is my command!
Definitely do this matt, it'll save me having to add it each update
My personal favorite dpi script is ... drum roll .. my calculator.
[Size in Inches] TIMES [Resolution per Inch] (i.e. 300 dpi, 450 dpi, etc.)
EQUALS the number of pixels the image needs to be rendered.
Example: Image needs to be 26.5" in width, to be printed @ 450 dpi:
26" x 450 dpi = 11925 pixels
Really simple.
If you work in inches, but for those that don't it's more hassle.
If you work in inches, but for those that don't it's more hassle.
Pixels per cm or pixels per inch: pixel-dimension is derived by exactly the same arithmetic. So why would one of them be a hassle? Sorry, I just don't get it.
300 pixels per inch is the same as 118.11 per cm. 450 per inch = 177.165 per cm. After that, just substitute numbers and calculate.