Questions tagged [ppi]

Questions about image resolution as measured in pixels per inch. PPI is either (a) the resolution of an image when it is printed at a specific physical size; or (b) the physical resolution of a display device. DPI (dots per inch), which refers to the output resolution of a print device, is often used in error in place of PPI.

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100% document scale in InDesign

How can I setup actual 100% document scale in InDesign? I'm working on a document for web and I need to everything as is. It looks like that InDesign calculates scale based on 72 PPI yet my monitor ...
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Illustrator: Trying to export PNG at fixed size and 128 dpi

I'm designing for a screen that has the following specifications: 4.3” Diagonal Screen Size 272 x 480 dots Pixel Size 0.198 x 0x.198 mm Actual Area 95.040 x 53.856 mm 53.856 mm = 2.12 inches 95....
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Billboard Scale

help! I need to design a billboard dimensions are 400h x 840w @ 72 ppi in RGB mode. the info I got says it's a 21:10 ratio. So what size should I make this in illustrator or photoshop? thanks!
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Placed Image in Photoshop is larger than actual size, regardless of PPI

I'm currently experiencing a weird issue with placing images in photoshop. I currently am trying to place an png that is 750x1334 and has a ppi of 72. This image has been exported from illustrator. ...