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Author Topic: Image resolution in JPG export.  (Read 7303 times)
JUNGLEJIM03
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« on: December 21, 2017, 08:13:51 PM »

I am not finding a way to increase the resolution of a jpg beyond 300 dpi.

in working with canvas and wraps, the interpolation is set to 1200 dpi and I need to decrease this, however, I am importing files at 600 dpi and they are being reduced.

where do I increase the dpi value of a saved jpg.
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« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2017, 08:37:39 PM »

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where do I increase the dpi value of a saved jpg.

Sorry, not exactly sure of whay you want to do.
But if I wanted to open an image at a specified ppi, I could open CUSTOM, put a dot in use original size, and set the over ride to 300ppi

The other thing I could do is use Print to File and in there set my ppi and image size to whatever I wanted.
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Another option, if you don't mind some arithmetic, would be to use the CONVERT screen, See bottom of screen snap)
You can see the resolution in the bottom boxes. If my print resolution is 150 and I want 300, increase the resolution in one box to double. Then make a new JPG.
Hope some of this helps.

Fred
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« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2017, 10:54:26 PM »

I am producing 30 x 20 canvas prints... 600 to 1200 dpi.

the save to jpg function just dies... I did find the up to 600 dpi save.

the program does crash on attempting to write file... might be trying to create virtual drive... I have never had this problem before... (well not in a long time... been doing production work since 386's in early 90's
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