On Tue, 2012-04-24 at 21:44 -0400, Tara Gover wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I am printing super high res images onto fabric. My print guy has instructed
> me to create my images in 1440 dpi and my fabric is 58 inches wide and about
> 80 yards long. I need to create ONE image so they can just print it
> continuously along the whoe piece of fabric. So I need to create a REALLY BIG
> image. They have recommended Adobe Creative Suite, but of course I want to do
> it with GIMP.
> Just today, I installed the latest GIMP, and it doesn't seem to be letting
> me create even a 58x72 inch image in 1440 dpi. Is there an add on or a way
> that I can create huge tiff files in GIMP?.....or do I have to shell out the
> cash and get Creative Suite?
1440 dpi would mean you print many many lines of pixels on
each single thread of the fabric. You misunderstood the printer.
Ask again what resolution they can actually print, and use
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