2008/11/17 David Gowers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Hi,
> 2008/11/17 Dotan Cohen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> Can Gimp increase the DPI of a PSD file without affecting the physical
>> dimensions of the image? We have a wedding invitation in PSD that is
>> 72 DPI and the printer needs 300 DPI. Thanks in advance.
> You need to scale your image up to 300/72 (~416.6%) of it's current
> size as well as setting DPI to 300.
> To understand why, you need to realize that your original question is
> like asking 'How can I make this small while keeping it big?' -- DPI
> is literally  how many pixels are printed per inch. Less pixels in the
> source image == less physical size.
> David

That is actually what I had done, David, however I figured that it was
worth asking if there is a better way in Gimp. Lots of people smarter
than myself have worked on Gimp, and I should imagine that my
situation is not unique.


Dotan Cohen


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