On 01/21/2016 11:57 PM, boydy33 wrote:
All I am trying to do is scale a large .EPS logo which is 1.2Mb and default
imports into Gimp 2.8.14 at 100dpi?, Width 826 and Height 1170 with no
Anti-Aliasing, down to a logo of around 28mm high without losing too much image

If you want the image to appear on paper at 28mm high at 100dpi you can calculate the size of the image in pixels using that information.

28mm high at 100dpi works out to 110 pixels. If you are trying to scale an image that is over 800 pixels high you are losing a lot of information. I would suggest you up your dpi value to at least 300 for such a small image.



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