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"Resolution" is the amount if points in a pre-defined space. For example an image saved at 1000x1000 pixels printed at 10x10 inched, would have a resolution of 100dpi. when you are working with image files (PNG, BMP, JPG etc), they are saved to a pixel heigh and width, the "dpi" is arbitrary as it could be printed at any size. When you work with PDF / ...


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PNG-8 means 8 bits, so 256 colors maximum. PNG-24 means 24 bits, so 16,7 million colors max. Resolution is not an inherent factor of any format, so saying a PNG-8 is "low resolution" does not make sense, it only has low number of colors. You/the image you're saving determine the resolution. It is true though that PNG-24 has a larger file size (i e in ...


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USE COREL DRAW X7. it is designed for all this purpose. great for what your doing; trust me i have used it for shop fronts. http://www.coreldraw.com/us/product/graphic-design-software/


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In these cases, you really need to speak with the company that will be printing the actual job. They will have prepress guidelines that address your questions exactly. However, they will likely suggest image resolution of about 100 to 150ppi (Pixels Per Inch) at final size. 300ppi is probably higher than required, and as you've discovered, makes absolutely ...


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For printing a poster, should I go for 8 or 16-Bit mode? 16-bit color is usually overkill for most any project. Professional photographers will often use it for the flexibility it provides when editing RAW imagery, but beyond that, it's not usually something you'd need to deal with. For putting my poster on web, what should be the ppi because I ...


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If you are designing something that is going to be printed out. You should use 300ppi so it will look sharp and clear once printed. On the other hand, when designing something that is going to be displayed on the pc/web/displays it should be 72ppi. Other large printouts including rollups, banners etc have various ppi's. To answer your first question. I've ...



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