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Image size - resolution loss
show user profile  slippy88
Hi I want to know will a 1000px x 1000px render stretched out to 7200x7200 / 300dpi poster look good? My client needs it at this size and want to know if I will need to re-render it. Many Thanks
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11/2/2011 1:23:19 AM (last edit: 11/2/2011 1:23:19 AM)
show user profile  nemac
Could get away with loss in quality depending on the intended viewing distance.


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11/2/2011 1:36:33 AM (last edit: 11/2/2011 1:37:44 AM)
show user profile  Kajico
You'll have to rerender. Even at 72 dpi for a 24"X24" poster you're looking at a 1728X1728 pixel size. You can get away with 100 to 150 dpi renders for large print, anything smaller and there's noticeable loss of detail. We had a thread like this before, and it's always best to ask your client to give you the name of the printer and get the information from them directly as to what they recommend.


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11/2/2011 1:39:00 AM (last edit: 11/2/2011 1:39:00 AM)
show user profile  del3d
depends what it is for. low but may be enough. I've done worse before.
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11/2/2011 2:46:07 AM (last edit: 11/2/2011 2:46:07 AM)
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