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There are several things to note before you proceed. Illustrator has a default of 72ppi. This is Illustrator's way of essentially saying that the document has no resolution, because it's a vector file, and vectors have no real resolution as such. There is no way to change this. You are not actually opening the AI file, but rasterizing a PDF. Look at the ...


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Everything is working as intended. Just not how you intended. The purpose of DPI is to convert between physical units and pixels values. Since illutrator uses physical units this preserves one centimeter as a centimeter and one inch as a inch. The problem is that A pixel can not really be a unit because it has no fixed meaning. But users like to play as it ...


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Downsampling does not come without a cost. Badly and inappropriately done downsampling can ruin your print. To be successful there needs to be enough extra data to rebuild the signal in the new size without much problems. So if you have only a little more data like say 5-10% its like just applying a blur on your image. Even less data leads to unpredictable ...


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