Questions about the output resolution of a print device. `dpi` refers to dots of ink on a printed page and thus to a property of a printer or other printing device. The term is often used in error, in place of `ppi` (pixels per inch), which is a property of an image file or a display device.

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Scaling image to suit 480dpi Android screen(xxhdpi)

I am newbie designer. Have designed the screens for an android app using illustrator and measurements are in pixels. My developers have asked me to provide the images @480DPI. My online research did ...
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Adobe photoshop: Low DPI in color images but good in black and white

I have problem with printing from Adobe photoshop. When I try to print some colour or grayscale image, the DPI on the paper is very bad, but when I convert the same image into black & white mode, ...
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Designing 3 Billboards

So I have to design 3 billboards and this is pretty much my first time doing it where it goes to print. I'm used to designing small scale stuff so this task is a bit daunting. I would just like to ...
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Measurements and units in svg-edit

I am doing a modified version of SVG-edit 2.6 alpha, an online tool that allows the creation of graphics. I intend to use the application to allow my university students to send files for cutting ...
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How to set up iPhone screen grid in CorelDraw

I use CorelDraw for creating wireframe layouts for iOS app UI. For this I need to set up a rectangle as following, to act as screen boundary: Size in pixels: 640 x 1136px Size when unit changed to ...
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PDF export from InDesign unwanted image downsampling despite settings

I am exporting an 8.5x11 inch PDF at 300 dpi. I've placed a 2588x3375 pixel image at full page size. InDesign shows the image as 300 dpi. All setting in PDF profile say 300dpi and I print as PDF. ...