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150 ppi is plenty of resolution if you're printing on canvas. If you expect your piece to be viewed from a few inches away (less than 16), then 300 ppi is more than sufficient. Beyond that point you're just adding to the file size without adding visible image information in the final product. On high-grade art paper, you can go as high as 600 ppi. Beyond ...
I think you should use resolution from 150-200 dpi depends on how far you would stand to look at it. If you have a vector file, you wouldn't have problem to enlarge it. However, you must consider your image source when you used raster image in your banner. Hope it could help!
Somewhere between 72dpi and 1200 dpi depending on: the type of art (photographic versus type) distance a typical person would be viewing it from quality/type of printer creating it. 300 is usually a safe bet, but we really can't give you any specific answer without knowing the details. I'd suggest talking to the vendor that is printing it for you.
The fact of the matter is that you're printing on a colour laser printer that has just about the same resolution as a mid-level mid-1990s inkjet printer. It is incapable of producing photographic-quality continuous-tone images. The printer's maximum resolution is only 600 by 1200 fixed-sized dots per inch, with only four available toner colours. If your ...
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