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I would suggest contacting the vendor for the reqirements.


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Pretty much, yes. But keep in mind there may be PPI requirements. If said printer requires a file at 100% at exactly 300PPI and your image isn't exactly 300PPI at your required size then you will have to resample your image. Most printers will have a minimum not exact PPI requirement, but it is a possibility and I have seen requirements within a range (say ...


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This is the correct way to take high DPI screenshots exactly how you want. The best part is you can do this on a normal DPI display. It will take full screenshots even when the high DPI rendering is bigger than the monitor. Use Firefox. Choose Tools > Web Developer > Responsive Design View. Set the resolution accordingly (iPhone 6: 750x1334, iPhone 6 ...


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Your screen's resolution (as are most screen resolutions) 72 ppi. If you change the resolution to be higher, it will appear larger on your screen to achieve the same visual "density" if you will. Likewise, when the resolution is lower, it will appear smaller. Allow me a metaphor. Imagine you cover 1 sq. inch with 72 cheerios and you are looking at it ...


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As a general rule, when your working on a screen, forget about physical dimensions and resolution (PPI). All that affects the size you see something on screen is its pixel dimensions. Your screen doesn't know what an inch is, all it knows is pixels. In your examples: 1×1 inch image at 72PPI is 72×72 pixels. 1×1 inch image at 27PPI is 27×27 pixels. Your ...



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