• RELEVANCY SCORE 5.09

    DB:5.09:300 Dpi Tiff? 1x





    I'm trying to create a 300 DPI tiff from a Pages document, per a printer's spec. I print a PDF, open it in Preview, and export it; but it is only 150 DPI.

    How do I change the DPI for tiff export in Preview to 300 dpi from 150? Or, more directly, how can I get a 300 DPI file of any sort (other than PostScript/EPS/pdf) from a Pages document?

    DB:5.09:300 Dpi Tiff? 1x

    I have Graphic Converter; it doesn't deal with pdf/eps graphics.

    I also have Photoshop CS2; but it stopped working, as did Acrobat 7, as did Image Ready. That's another saga, but suffice it to say that Adobe Apple doesn't know why, and maybe that will be an option in the future.

    I have been experimenting with printing a pdf PDF-X file; even went into Automator and created a new profile. While the pdf's have very nice resolution, the resulting TIFF's still are blocky when exporting from Preview.

    For now I was hoping that I could use Pages for... well, Pages. A layout program, that I can print a nice brochure, circular, or full page ad from. Unless the printer/publisher accepts pdf's (which look good, but this publisher doesn't accept those, only bit-map images at 300 dpi), it won't fly.

    Thanks for the input, though. I'd like to be able to hand off a TIFF to a printer/publisher if needed in the future. As of now, I can't... at least within Pages/Preview.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.84

    DB:4.84:Do You Know What Dpi Means How Do I Increase The Dpi Of A Tiff Picture To 300 Dpi For Submittal To A Publisher 98





    Does anyone in there know what DPI means? How do I increase the DPI of a TIFF picture to 300 DPI for submittal to a publisher?

    DB:4.84:Do You Know What Dpi Means How Do I Increase The Dpi Of A Tiff Picture To 300 Dpi For Submittal To A Publisher 98

    If the DPI is already lower that 300, you cannot increase it to make it higher. You can only make it lower.

    =====================================
    Yes...you can increase the dpi.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.81

    DB:4.81:Export Tiff: Resolution Cannot Be Rasterized Error. Cc 2014.1 ap





    Any workarounds to this?

    Latest CC 2014. win 7 x64.

    While EXPORTING to TIFF (300dpi, rgb, Art Optimized) Tried with and without compression as well as embed profile selected.

    This is a relatively simple 30 x30" poster i need to export as TIFF. I prefer the ILLUSTRATOR tiff rendering to opening the.ai in PS.

    I get this error:That it can't render that size!

    http://tinypic.com/r/j97vpj/8

    Can you please increase the resolution or size I can export a tiff to? 30" @ 300 dpi is not that crazy a size.

    DB:4.81:Export Tiff: Resolution Cannot Be Rasterized Error. Cc 2014.1 ap


    I'm merely jogging with my 8gb or ram, but still no probs with 30"square at 300dpi.

    once I go to 600dpi I'm starting to work the girl... Soundcloud started getting choppy for a few seconds, and usage went up to 98%.

    over 4gb illustrator usage, but all came good. resulting Tiff is "1,241,938 KB" (hefty)

    Crashed illustrator when I tried 1200dpi. Error about not enough RAM. nothing about exceeding resolution as you got.

    so I'm stumped.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.81

    DB:4.81:Camera Raw Changes Resolution To Lower Value (Cs4, Cs5) fc



    When I open a tiff file that is 300 dpi in Camera Raw, process it some, then open it in Photoshop and save it, the resolution has changed from 300 to 240. Anyone know why this is and how to prevent it?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.46

    DB:4.46:I Need A Camera That Can Give Me 300 Dpi Min 79



    Hello, I need a camera that can give me 300 dpi min, but I have a budget of $ 500 max, what is your recommendation

    DB:4.46:I Need A Camera That Can Give Me 300 Dpi Min 79


    Have you ever heard of Gigapan? With a little robot, it uses your camera to stitch images together like little tiles for a very high resolution image.

    https://www.google.ca/search?q=gigapan

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.27

    DB:4.27:Changing Dpi Settings In Powerpoint 2007 3k


    How do you change the dpi value of images exported from Powerpoint 2007? I already tried the registry fix and all my images are being exported at 205 dpi even though I set it to 300 dpi.

    DB:4.27:Changing Dpi Settings In Powerpoint 2007 3k

    DPI is sort of a fiction. A useful fiction at times, but still a fiction.
    Do you mean that you need the exported files to carry a certain DPI value, or that you need more pixels than PPT exports on its own?
    In other words, do you need an image that *says* it's 300dpi, regardless of the number of pixels in the image, or do you need a 3000 pixel wide image instead of the usual lower-resolution one you get from PPT?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.23

    DB:4.23:Photoshop Vectors And Smart Objects Create Blurring 3x



    I have been supplied a Photoshop document that has Illustrator Vector files that have been placed in the PSD as Smart objects.

    When I bring the PSD into InDesign and print it, all the PSD artwork is blurry.

    How can I get the PSD file to print from InDesign at high quality.

    The PSD file is at 300 dpi. I have tried bringing it into InDesign as PSD, TIFF, EPS PDF, but it's the same issue every time.

    DB:4.23:Photoshop Vectors And Smart Objects Create Blurring 3x


    The resolution of the images in the pdf is not necessarily important if the images are downsampled in the printing process itself.

    I recommend you extract the Vector SO (Layer Smart Objects Export Contents) and place them in Indesign.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.15

    DB:4.15:Can Photoshop Batch Resize Tiff Files? 93



    I have quite a number of tiff files that I want to resize in terms of page dimensions and retain the same resolution / dpi. Can Photoshop batch resize tiff files?

    DB:4.15:Can Photoshop Batch Resize Tiff Files? 93


    Yes Photoshop ships with a plugin Fit image you can record an action to re-size an image to fit within some number of pixels. Image resolution setting and aspect ratio are not changed however the number on pixels the image will have will be less then or equal to the pixels size set. For example if you set width and height to 2000px the largest size image you could have after the operation would be 1:1 aspect ratio square 4MP 2000x2000. If your image has a landscape aspect ratio the re-sized image will be 2000px wide by less then 2000px high and if Portrait the re-sized is will be 2000px high be less then 2000px wide. Bicubic Interpolation for the re-size.

    Once you record the single step action. You can batch the action. You can have batch open the image files and save over the original files or have batch save the resized files in a different location. Fit Image and Batch are both found in menu FileAutomate

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.05

    DB:4.05:Cm1312nfi Directscan (Scan To Card) With More Than 300 Dpi fp



    printer menu does not allow to change the direct scan resolution greater than 300 dpi. only 75 dpi, 150dpi and 300 dpi are possible choices.

    is there a simple solution for scanning with 1200dpi direct to card (sd card, cf, mmc) ?

    DB:4.05:Cm1312nfi Directscan (Scan To Card) With More Than 300 Dpi fp


    printer menu does not allow to change the direct scan resolution greater than 300 dpi. only 75 dpi, 150dpi and 300 dpi are possible choices.

    is there a simple solution for scanning with 1200dpi direct to card (sd card, cf, mmc) ?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.95

    DB:3.95:Tiff Scale Problem c1


    Hi,

    I tried to scale a 300dpi tiff image, the operation is OK but the result DPI isn't good 72dpi and i would like 300 dpi, here my code :

    float ratio = 0.0f;
    Interpolation interp = Interpolation.getInstance(Interpolation.INTERP_BICUBIC);

    InputStream is = new FileInputStream(inputfile);
    SeekableStream s = SeekableStream.wrapInputStream(is, true);
    RenderedOp objImage = JAI.create("stream", s);

    int objImageHeight = objImage.getHeight(); // 279
    int objImageWidth = objImage.getWidth(); // 273

    // calcul du ratio
    if (objImageHeight objImage.getWidth()) {
    ratio = sizex / objImageHeight;
    } else {
    ratio = sizey / objImageWidth;
    }

    ParameterBlock pb = new ParameterBlock();
    pb.addSource(objImage); //
    pb.add(ratio); // The xScale
    pb.add(ratio); //
    pb.add(0.0F); // The x translation
    pb.add(0.0F); //
    pb.add(interp);

    PlanarImage planar_result = JAI.create("scale", pb);
    JAI.create("filestore", planar_result, outputfile);

    Any idea for fixing result dpi ?

    Thanks

    DB:3.95:Tiff Scale Problem c1

    If you are scaling down more than 50% or scaling up 150%, you need to user low pass filter to preserve quality.

    That's not what the OP is asking though ;o)

    To maintain the DPI setting you will need to use IIOMetadata. Google for "iiometadata horizontalpixelsize" and you should find what you want, e.g. this gives some code to obtain the data from the original image:

    http://dave.thielen.com/articles/Bitmap%20Resolution%20in%20Java.htm

    When I've done this previously I've just created an IIOMetadata tree which contains just the appropriate nodes (including the branch structure from the root) and merged it into that of the output image.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.92

    DB:3.92:Increase Dpi For Panel ca



    Hi All,

    I'm writing a small app which is suppose to create a bar chart and then save it to a jpeg or tiff file.

    The graphic is to be used in print, so the dpi quality of the image needs to be greater than the normal 72 dpi on most screens. I need to increase the dpi of the panel that contains the bar chat to 300

    Is this possible?

    If so, could someone please point me in the right direction.. If it's not possible to increase a frame on panels dpi, could one raise the dpi of the entire system?

    Thanks for any help..

    Marcos

    DB:3.92:Increase Dpi For Panel ca

    A simple method that may work is:

    BufferedImage bi = new BufferedImage(xSize,ySize,BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics g = bi.creteGraphics();
    // should draw the chartpanel to the graphics component (and therefore
    //the bufferedImage
    chartPanel.printAll(g);
    //then you save the BufferedImage.You may want to change the BufferedImage "type" argument.

    matfud

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.88

    DB:3.88:Digital Photograph Into High Resolution Of 300 Dpi. 79


    I need to make a digital photograph into high resolution of 300 dpi. If the photo is 72 dpi, can I use Paint to make the photo to those specs?

    DB:3.88:Digital Photograph Into High Resolution Of 300 Dpi. 79

    Not that I know of.
    http://www.rideau-info.com/photos/changedpi.html

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.87

    DB:3.87:Loosing Tiff Image Size &Amp; Dpi s7


    Hi,
    I use the following program to process tiff imge. When i do some processing on tiff image(like draw text on it) save the tiff image i loose
    the DPI of the tiff. Also the size of the image get increased(Width Height)
    If the original tiff DPI is 300 then it would become 72 after processing.

    import java.awt.*;
    import java.awt.event.*;
    import java.awt.color.*;
    import java.awt.geom.*;
    import java.awt.image.*;
    import java.awt.image.renderable.*;
    import javax.media.jai.*;
    import javax.media.jai.widget.*;
    import com.sun.media.jai.widget.DisplayJAI;
    import com.sun.media.jai.codec.ImageCodec;
    import com.sun.media.jai.codec.ImageEncoder;
    import com.sun.media.jai.codec.TIFFEncodeParam;
    import java.io.*;

    class TiffScaling
    {
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
    System.out.println("Hello World!");
    resave("d:\\nitin\\java programs\\final.tif","e:\\5.tif");
    }
    public static void resave(String inputFilename, String outputFilename)
    {

    // load the image from the file
    PlanarImage image = JAI.create("fileload", inputFilename);
    //do some processing here (like text on image)
    -----------------
    ------------
    // saving as TIFF is a little more complicated than loading
    try
    {
    FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(outputFilename);
    TIFFEncodeParam parameters = new TIFFEncodeParam();
    ImageEncoder encoder = ImageCodec.createImageEncoder("TIFF", out, parameters);

    try
    {
    encoder.encode(image);
    out.close();
    }
    catch (IOException e)
    {
    System.out.println("Failed to encode the image");
    }

    }
    catch (java.io.FileNotFoundException ioEx)
    {
    System.out.println("Could not write to file " );
    }

    }

    }

    DB:3.87:Loosing Tiff Image Size &Amp; Dpi s7

    Hi,
    I use the following program to process tiff imge. When i do some processing on tiff image(like draw text on it) save the tiff image i loose
    the DPI of the tiff. Also the size of the image get increased(Width Height)
    If the original tiff DPI is 300 then it would become 72 after processing.

    import java.awt.*;
    import java.awt.event.*;
    import java.awt.color.*;
    import java.awt.geom.*;
    import java.awt.image.*;
    import java.awt.image.renderable.*;
    import javax.media.jai.*;
    import javax.media.jai.widget.*;
    import com.sun.media.jai.widget.DisplayJAI;
    import com.sun.media.jai.codec.ImageCodec;
    import com.sun.media.jai.codec.ImageEncoder;
    import com.sun.media.jai.codec.TIFFEncodeParam;
    import java.io.*;

    class TiffScaling
    {
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
    System.out.println("Hello World!");
    resave("d:\\nitin\\java programs\\final.tif","e:\\5.tif");
    }
    public static void resave(String inputFilename, String outputFilename)
    {

    // load the image from the file
    PlanarImage image = JAI.create("fileload", inputFilename);
    //do some processing here (like text on image)
    -----------------
    ------------
    // saving as TIFF is a little more complicated than loading
    try
    {
    FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(outputFilename);
    TIFFEncodeParam parameters = new TIFFEncodeParam();
    ImageEncoder encoder = ImageCodec.createImageEncoder("TIFF", out, parameters);

    try
    {
    encoder.encode(image);
    out.close();
    }
    catch (IOException e)
    {
    System.out.println("Failed to encode the image");
    }

    }
    catch (java.io.FileNotFoundException ioEx)
    {
    System.out.println("Could not write to file " );
    }

    }

    }

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.87

    DB:3.87:Pictures In Mt Theme Too Small ka


    When dragging pictures into my iMovie theme they are showing up very small. The picture sizes are 8 x 6 at 300 dpi and are tiff files done in Photoshop. How do I make them bigger?

    DB:3.87:Pictures In Mt Theme Too Small ka

    When dragging pictures into my iMovie theme they are showing up very small. The picture sizes are 8 x 6 at 300 dpi and are tiff files done in Photoshop. How do I make them bigger?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.84

    DB:3.84:Does 922 All-In-One Print 300 Dpi Photos? kz


    Hi - I've been asked to submit some photos but they must be 300 dpi; I use glossy photo paper and my prints are beautiful - but I've no clue if they're 300 dpi..... sure will appreciate some help.... :smileyhappy:

    DB:3.84:Does 922 All-In-One Print 300 Dpi Photos? kz

    Hi - I've been asked to submit some photos but they must be 300 dpi; I use glossy photo paper and my prints are beautiful - but I've no clue if they're 300 dpi..... sure will appreciate some help.... :smileyhappy:

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.81

    DB:3.81:How To Increase The Speed Of Zoom On Tiff Image xz


    Hi everyone,
    i m doing zooming operation on tiff image.
    when i applied zoom in operation on image which have properties
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 2200 Pixel
    Image Width = 1700 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 200 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 200 dpi
    then it require 2 sec.

    then i apply the same code with tiff image which have properties like,
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 3300 Pixel
    Image Width = 2500 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 300 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 300 dpi
    then it require 9 to 10 sec.

    my code is:
    RenderedImage src= oriRndImage[selectedButtonIndex];(orirndImage is Rendered
    Iamge)
    //Transfer Current RenderedImage object into BufferedImage object
    Raster ra= currRimage.getData(); //it take time.
    DataBuffer db = ra.getDataBuffer();
    SampleModel sa = ra.getSampleModel();
    ColorModel cm = currRimage.getColorModel();
    final BufferedImage currImage = new
    BufferedImage(cm,Raster.createWritableRaster(sa,db,null), false, new
    Hashtable());
    //Create new Bufferred Image

    BufferedImage bi = new BufferedImage(zoomW,zoomH, BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics2D g = bi.createGraphics();

    double scaleW = (double)(zoomW)/(double)(prev_width);
    double scaleH = (double)(zoomH)/(double)(prev_height);
    transAtZoom = AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleW,scaleH);
    g.drawRenderedImage(src, transAtZoom);

    can any one plz suggest me the way ,how to increase the speed. of Zoom effect?
    how to handle this problem?
    thnxs..

    DB:3.81:How To Increase The Speed Of Zoom On Tiff Image xz

    Hi everyone,
    i m doing zooming operation on tiff image.
    when i applied zoom in operation on image which have properties
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 2200 Pixel
    Image Width = 1700 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 200 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 200 dpi
    then it require 2 sec.

    then i apply the same code with tiff image which have properties like,
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 3300 Pixel
    Image Width = 2500 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 300 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 300 dpi
    then it require 9 to 10 sec.

    my code is:
    RenderedImage src= oriRndImage[selectedButtonIndex];(orirndImage is Rendered
    Iamge)
    //Transfer Current RenderedImage object into BufferedImage object
    Raster ra= currRimage.getData(); //it take time.
    DataBuffer db = ra.getDataBuffer();
    SampleModel sa = ra.getSampleModel();
    ColorModel cm = currRimage.getColorModel();
    final BufferedImage currImage = new
    BufferedImage(cm,Raster.createWritableRaster(sa,db,null), false, new
    Hashtable());
    //Create new Bufferred Image

    BufferedImage bi = new BufferedImage(zoomW,zoomH, BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics2D g = bi.createGraphics();

    double scaleW = (double)(zoomW)/(double)(prev_width);
    double scaleH = (double)(zoomH)/(double)(prev_height);
    transAtZoom = AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleW,scaleH);
    g.drawRenderedImage(src, transAtZoom);

    can any one plz suggest me the way ,how to increase the speed. of Zoom effect?
    how to handle this problem?
    thnxs..

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.81

    DB:3.81:Container Field Action Changed When Upgraded To Fm12 zm



    I have a container field that holds a 2 x 2 in. tiff, 300 dpi. In FM11 the tiff in the container field showed same size. After upgrading to FM12 the same image fills the field. Is there a way to get the action to be the same in FM12 as it was in FM11?

    DB:3.81:Container Field Action Changed When Upgraded To Fm12 zm


    I have a container field that holds a 2 x 2 in. tiff, 300 dpi. In FM11 the tiff in the container field showed same size. After upgrading to FM12 the same image fills the field. Is there a way to get the action to be the same in FM12 as it was in FM11?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.74

    DB:3.74:Text Wont Save On Figure sx


    Hi,
    I'mnew to publisher. I've been using it to convert my excel tables and other jpeg files into tiff files with 300 dpi (for a journal article I'm submitting). But now I'm stuck because on one image I need to insert some text, which seemed to go fine by adding
    in a text box and putting in the info I needed. However, when I save the figure ("save picture as", tiff, 300 dpi ect.) none of the text I entered shows up in the saved figure. Does anybody have any idea how to fix this? Thanks very much!

    DB:3.74:Text Wont Save On Figure sx

    Group all the objects together, then save as a picture.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.71

    DB:3.71:Change Photo From Low To High Resolution fs



    Can Photoshop take a 72 dpi photo and turn it into a 300 dpi phot?

    DB:3.71:Change Photo From Low To High Resolution fs


    Yes, but depends on your expectations? DPI is just dots per inch for a printer command. It does nothing to the base resolution. One can not manufactor more resolution that it was shot at.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.70

    DB:3.70:Indesign Cs5 Exports Pdfs Where Eps Elements Have Low Resolution ad


    I am rather new to InDesign CS5. I am currently working on a magazine, where I use graphics in TIFF and EPS. The exported PDF shows graphics in correct quality (300 dpi - TIFF) and graphics with poor resolution - EPS. How is that even possible? The problem disappears when I use .AI, but it should work with EPS to, shouldn't it?
    I figured that it might have something to do with the Transparency Flattener Presets, am I right? My presets are set to "low resolution" and it is not possible to set them to "hight resolution", as InDesign refuses to remember those settings.
    Please help!

    DB:3.70:Indesign Cs5 Exports Pdfs Where Eps Elements Have Low Resolution ad


    Check the links panel and make sure all the links are up to date.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Changing Tiff Image Resolution (Dpi) j7


    Good Day to you all,
    I'd like to set the DPI of a TIFF using Java. I've spent the last day or so hunting on Google, but my Google Foo is low.
    I can't see anything obvious in the TIFFEncodeParam. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and handsomely rewarded in Dukes

    Thanks.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Large Tiff Image Becomes Black At Certain Height In Wpf Application On Windows Xp. Pixel Type Of Tiff Image Is Format1bppindexed (Bitonal). a8


    Hi,
    Large TIFF Image [Pixel type of TIFF Image is Format1bppIndexed (Bitonal)] becomes black with certain height.
    Steps to reproduce the issue.
    1) Large TIFF file [Pixel Type Format1bppIndexed TIFF images (Bitonal); 600 DPI; BLACK AND WHITE]
    2) On Windows XP machine.[Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2 ]
    3) WPF Application; Zoom Image to certain height ie Image Height= 3150 with any of the sample application available for Zooming the Image in WPF
    OR use the below code snippet in WPF to reproduce the issue
    Window x : Class =WpfApplication1.ScrollViewImage
    xmlns =http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation
    xmlns : x =http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml
    Title =ScrollViewImage Height =300 Width =300
    Grid
    ScrollViewer Margin =5 HorizontalScrollBarVisibility =Visible VerticalScrollBarVisibility =Visible
    Image Source =Large.tif Height =3510 Stretch =Uniform StretchDirection =Both/
    / ScrollViewer
    / Grid / Window

    4) Visual Studio Team System 2008 Development Edition Version 9.0.21022.8 RTM Microsoft .Net Framework version 3.5 SP1. WPF Application, C#

    Note: It must be Large TIFF file [Pixel Type Format1bppIndexed TIFF images (Bitonal); 600 DPI; BLACK AND WHITE] to reproduce the issue.
    Very Important : If this is a known issue with the WIC in Windows XP, please let me know the URL/Link confirming this so that I can purchase some time from client to look for workaround or convince them to use other approach, which I cant do right now without having proper confirmation stating this is Microsoft WIC issue. Please update me on this as soon as possible.
    Regards,
    Anwar

    DB:3.68:Large Tiff Image Becomes Black At Certain Height In Wpf Application On Windows Xp. Pixel Type Of Tiff Image Is Format1bppindexed (Bitonal). a8

    Hi,
    Large TIFF Image [Pixel type of TIFF Image is Format1bppIndexed (Bitonal)] becomes black with certain height.
    Steps to reproduce the issue.
    1) Large TIFF file [Pixel Type Format1bppIndexed TIFF images (Bitonal); 600 DPI; BLACK AND WHITE]
    2) On Windows XP machine.[Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2 ]
    3) WPF Application; Zoom Image to certain height ie Image Height= 3150 with any of the sample application available for Zooming the Image in WPF
    OR use the below code snippet in WPF to reproduce the issue
    Window x : Class =WpfApplication1.ScrollViewImage
    xmlns =http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation
    xmlns : x =http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml
    Title =ScrollViewImage Height =300 Width =300
    Grid
    ScrollViewer Margin =5 HorizontalScrollBarVisibility =Visible VerticalScrollBarVisibility =Visible
    Image Source =Large.tif Height =3510 Stretch =Uniform StretchDirection =Both/
    / ScrollViewer
    / Grid / Window

    4) Visual Studio Team System 2008 Development Edition Version 9.0.21022.8 RTM Microsoft .Net Framework version 3.5 SP1. WPF Application, C#

    Note: It must be Large TIFF file [Pixel Type Format1bppIndexed TIFF images (Bitonal); 600 DPI; BLACK AND WHITE] to reproduce the issue.
    Very Important : If this is a known issue with the WIC in Windows XP, please let me know the URL/Link confirming this so that I can purchase some time from client to look for workaround or convince them to use other approach, which I cant do right now without having proper confirmation stating this is Microsoft WIC issue. Please update me on this as soon as possible.
    Regards,
    Anwar

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Cropping Photos And Saving - Resolution Issues p3


    I am currently trying to use a .pdf that is a catalog of a vendors parts. I wanna crop the pictures out of the .pdf and then save them as either .tiff or .jpeg .. but my question is.
    Where can I see or how can I save it to say 300 dpi. If I save as a .tiff they are saved at 150dpi.

    DB:3.68:Cropping Photos And Saving - Resolution Issues p3

    AHA, good additional points!

    I take too much for granted sometimes.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Is It Possible To Take A 300 Dpi Screenshot In Windows 8 For Print z7


    I am currently doing a project for school that involves high resolution printing. Is it possible take a 300 DPI screenshot without loosing image size and quality.

    DB:3.68:Is It Possible To Take A 300 Dpi Screenshot In Windows 8 For Print z7

    I used this help media before I even got to answers.microsoft.com there are 3 very simple ways and none of them work on my computer. Whats going on?

    HP pavilion g6-2225nr
    win 8 x64 IE 10

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:300 Dpi Problems With Windows Fax And Scan 38


    I am using Windows Fax and Scan to scan documents from my HP Officejet Pro 8500A printer/scanner./ copier. Recently, the scanner will not complete a scan with the resolution set at 300 dpi. It will scan at 200 dpi and 600 dpi - both jpg and tiff - just
    not 300 dpi. Any idea why and how to fix?

    DB:3.66:300 Dpi Problems With Windows Fax And Scan 38

    You could try a system restore to before the Windows Updates were installed.
    To choose a System Restore point,
    · From the Desktop click the Start button
    · In the Search Field type “System Restore” and hit enter
    · Once System Restore is open, select the option “choose a different restore point” and hit next

    Once on the next screen, pick a restore point to go back to when it last worked for you. Once you select the restore point, click next, then select finish, this will start the restore process.

    Then download and install the Windows Updates one at a time to see if you can recreate the issue.

    Hope this helps.

    Marilyn

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Re: 7c


    Does anyone know how to output an image (not a rendered image) in TIFF
    or JPG format above 1600x1200 dpi? I need to save images the equivalent
    of a 8.5x11 or 11x17" sheet at 300 dpi.

    DB:3.66:Re: 7c

    Bill

    In your plotter manager folder, you should have an "Add Plotter Wizard."
    Start this up and add a TIFF (uncompressed) plotter. When selecting this
    plotter on page setup, click the layout tab and from there you should be
    able to select from a wide range of resolutions including 1600 X 1200 (Sun
    XGI Hi Res). Hope that helps.

    Bob
    "Bill Ringle" wrote in message
    news:3A8D9F3C.DA4A383C@davidson.edu...
    Does anyone know how to output an image (not a rendered image) in TIFF
    or JPG format above 1600x1200 dpi? I need to save images the equivalent
    of a 8.5x11 or 11x17" sheet at 300 dpi.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Photoshop: 1gb - Tiff-File Of 300 Dpi Too Big? as


    I am starting to get grey hair with photoshop...

    I have just bought a new quad core pc with 4 GB RAM, but
    XP SP2 only accepts 3,25 GB. Furthermore I have installed Abode Suite
    CS3 and did all the updates.

    I have to merge 2 TIFF-file and make some corrections, after doing
    this I generated a 300 dpi CMYK tiff-file of 1 GB. At this point PS
    crashes and I can't open the file any more, it blocks when reaching +- 70%

    I have selected to use the maximum memory via Photoshop preferences.
    But is not possible anymore, the only thing I can do is to close photoshop via the task-manager...

    Is there anyone who can help me with this matter?
    I would be very greatful...

    Thx,

    Quincy

    DB:3.66:Photoshop: 1gb - Tiff-File Of 300 Dpi Too Big? as

    But your files are still 4-5 times larger than they need to be.

    Bob

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Export Print Press Quality At 300 Dpi Vs. Interactive At 150 Dpi ka



    When I export a file from InDesign using the Press Quality preset, 300 dpi, I get a smaller file size than when I export it as an Interactive PDF with the dpi set at 150. Just wondering why?

    DB:3.66:Export Print Press Quality At 300 Dpi Vs. Interactive At 150 Dpi ka


    Lossless JPEG2000 was the default... when I changed it to Lossy, the file looks a lot better, and is significantly smaller, even after changing the PPI to 300. So, Dave, thanks for that-- makes perfect sense.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.65

    DB:3.65:How Can I Merge Two Tiff Images In One...? 9p


    I need some help please, I am looking for a way to "resize" black white single TIFF images.
    The process I need to do is like cutting a small image and paste it over a new blank letter-size image (at 300 dpi), like a template.

    Or better yet, is there a way to do something like this...?

    Open image...
    image.*width* = 2550;
    image.*height* = 3300;
    image.save();Some APIs and topics in the internet do or talk about resizing, but the final images get stretched or shrinked and I need them not to do so at all.
    Also, I do not need to display the images, only to get the TIFF images processed and saved back to a file.

    How can I do this with Java and JAI? Unfortunately I am almost new to this and I don't know how difficult it might be to deal with images.

    DB:3.65:How Can I Merge Two Tiff Images In One...? 9p

    I'll use this example.

    {color:#ff0000}nn
    nn
    {color}
    {color:#ff0000}nn{color}ssss
    {color:#ff0000}nn{color}ssss
    ssssss
    ssssss
    ssssss//this next statement will work when you install JAI-ImageIO
    //Otherwise, ImageIO will return null.
    BufferedImage tiff = ImageIO.read(/*tiff file or url*/)

    BufferedImage newImage = new BufferedImage(6,5,
    BufferedImage.TYPE_BYTE_BINARY);

    Graphics2D g = newImage.createGraphics();

    //draw the tiff image at the coordinate (0,0)
    g.drawImage(tiff,0,0,null);

    //Fill in the other areas with white
    g.setColor(Color.white);
    g.fillRect(tiff.getWidth(),0,
    newImage.getWidth()-tiff.getWidth(),
    newImage.getHeight();
    g.fillRect(0,tiff.getHeight(),
    newImage.getWidth(),
    newImage.getHeight()-tiff.getHeight());
    g.dispose();

    //now write out the image
    ImageIO.write(newImage,"tiff",new java.io.File("myTiff.tif"));This code will turn
    {color:#ff0000}nn
    nn
    {color}into

    {color:#ff0000}nn{color}ssss
    {color:#ff0000}nn{color}ssss
    ssssss
    ssssss
    sssssswhere "s" is white.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Can My Iphotos Which Show At 72 Dpi Be Got To 300 Dpi? j9


    Does anyone know whether a photo of a face in iphoto which shows at 72 DPI can be increased to 300 DPI??

    DB:3.59:Can My Iphotos Which Show At 72 Dpi Be Got To 300 Dpi? j9

    This might help shed some light on the matter: The Myth of DPI. OT

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.59

    DB:3.59:Iphoto Converting Edited Photos From 300 Dpi To 72 Dpi dz


    I edit RAW photos and save as Jpeg The dpi reduces from 300 dpi to 72. I have seen an archived discussion saying basically this does not matter. The size of my photo is 3872x2592 for 2.4mb when edited. Unfortunately a newspaper has refused to print a photo as they will only print at 300 dpi. I have converted this photo back to 300 dpi using preview but apparently 'blowing up the pixels blurs them? Is there any way I can edit and still maintain 300 dpi?

    DB:3.59:Iphoto Converting Edited Photos From 300 Dpi To 72 Dpi dz

    Correct - they do not need 300 DPI and your camera is fine for full page photos - although they may not be quiet as sharp as a smaller one - there was a time when newspaper photos were printed at 75 DPILN

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:Converting Jpg To Tiff cx


    I have a high resolution (300 dpi) JPG image, but my printer wants me to supply him with TIFF images. If I saved this high-res JPG image as a TIFF would that be sufficient to convert it, or is there something else I have to do??

    Many thanks if you can advise.

    DB:3.55:Converting Jpg To Tiff cx

    Thanks John, I'll do that. I thought that was how to do it, but just wanted to check to see if there were any "hidden" tricks or whatever that I didn't know about...

    Appreciate your advice.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.53

    DB:3.53:Adobe Forms: Printing Images (Logos) dk



    Experts,

    Logo from Adobe form (PDF) preview prints sharp and colorful, when printed from the PDF (print-preview) reader. But when issuing output from SAP directly, the image is all messeed up and pixellated. Despite using all possible image formats - TIFF, GIF, BMP and PNG of 300 dpi resolution the print output when issued from SAP message processing has the logo image unclear.

    Any ideas why?

    Does it have anything to do with the device type associated to printers in SPAD?

    NW

    Edited by: NW on Feb 4, 2009 10:22 AM

    Edited by: NW on Feb 4, 2009 1:15 PM

    DB:3.53:Adobe Forms: Printing Images (Logos) dk


    Hello,

    i have had a similar problem with Smartforms.

    The solution then was that i saved the image as 256-bitmap image (BMP).

    Maybe this works too for a adobe forms.

    Gr. Frank

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.52

    DB:3.52:Resolution Limit Exporting To Tiff Or Jpg zz


    Hi,I can't export 4500x2500mm image with 300 or even 150 dpi. Need to do it with only 96 dpi.I'm using Acrobat X Pro.What is the limit and why is there limit?

    DB:3.52:Resolution Limit Exporting To Tiff Or Jpg zz

    Photoshop CS and later can work with documents up to 300,000 pixels in each dimension, but it's limited by RAM and when saving a document you have filesize limits due to the bit depth of the headers:PSD = 2GBPSB = 4GBTiff = 4GBA Tiff file can in theory contain an image with a 4 billion pixel canvas dimension, but in practice it would exceed the filesize.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:How To Set Image Dpi 9m


    I read images which are 300 DPI . I get it in BufferedReader, and do some pixel manipulation. When I save those pics as PNG or JPEG the image DPI becomes 72 DPI. There should be a way to set image DPI when converting from Bufferedeader to .pgn or .jpg file.

    DB:3.50:How To Set Image Dpi 9m

    I need to know how to set DPI to 400 without destroying the image data or pixel height and width. I know of two places within the header of a jpeg that this can be set a third I can see through debug information in metadata but cannot set. Why is this so difficult to manipulate?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:Publisher 2003 Image Quality c9


    I'm creating bw line art images in Publisher 2003 and trying to export them to Word 2003 at a high resolution. I've been using save as picture and selecting TIFF format at 300 dpi. However the resulting picture ends up being 240 dpi. Also, I've learned
    that for line art, 600 dpi is best for commercial printing. How can I save an image from Publisher 2003 in TIFF format at 600 dpi? When I print the images directly from Publisher they look great, it's just when I save as TIFF, and open in Word that it looks
    pixelated. Or maybe if it actually worked to do 300 dpi that would be acceptable--why would it come out at 240 dpi?

    DB:3.50:Publisher 2003 Image Quality c9

    What draw or image editing program would you recommend, for a clean final result and ease of use?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.47

    DB:3.47:Exporting Raw Photos 1x


    Hi. I am using Aperture 3. I shoot pictures in RAW. I have a couple of questions. If I export a RAW photo as JPEG and then re-export that same image as a TIFF do I lose any quality? I like to put some pictures on my iPad 2 as JPEG. I then would like to re-export those same images as a full resoultion TIFF for back-up.Also, in the Aperture-Export Preset Pane, under TIFF it says 72 DPI. Should I leave it at that or change it to 300 DPI?Thanks

    DB:3.47:Exporting Raw Photos 1x

    That is not really difficult: see the online version of the Aperture 3 User Manual, chapter "Creating Vaults"The Vault Controls are at the bottom of the Library Inspector panel; click the cogwheel to disclose them, also the "Show vaults" button.Select "Add Vault" from the pop-up menu; this will create a new vault, empty vault. To actually backup your library make an uupdate of the vault, as soon as the vault has been created.RegardsLonie

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Help! Book, Save As Pdf, Saves In 72dpi ds


    Hi,
    I need to print a book at a local printer and she needs the pdf in 300dpi. Ideally she would like a jpg or tiff file, but I can't find that anywhere. She'll take a pdf (or I can resave it in photoshop) but I need 300 DPI. Does anyone know where I can set this? In fact all pdfs are being saved with 72dpi, not just the books. I am using the book feature to make a composite page/collage.
    Thanks,
    Nicole

    Message was edited by: nicmac

    Message was edited by: nicmac

    DB:3.46:Help! Book, Save As Pdf, Saves In 72dpi ds

    Hi,
    Thanks for your help! It's still not working the way I want.....

    I created a book in aperture (actually I just want a series of photo collages from one photoshoot 1 page=1 collage), I can save it as a PDF file, open it Photoshop which says "Rasterize Generic PDF file" and the file saves into 300dpi -OK But then for the printer I have to then save it again as a jpg or tiff file. It stays in 300dpi, but I am not totally sure the quality is still there. Also, I have 100s of these to do so to Rasterize and re-save each one is very time-consuming.

    If I Preview the book in the print dialogue window and then save it as a tiff or jpg, it saves it in 150dpi?!?!?!? Where does Preview and Save as Pdf pick up their dpi settings?

    I am using a Nikon D40 and I shoot in RAW and JPG. Did you open your book in Photoshop?

    Thanks again so much!
    Nicole

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Save As Tiff Option Needed p8



    I have generated a flowable XFA form that uses a javascript call to "save a file as a tiif" .

    this is working but -

    I need to be able to specify a few option about how it is saved - like - "monochrome" or 300 X 300 dpi , etc -

    right now the defaults are being used, etc -

    I am wondering if I can just update the defaults whenever my form runs - so that I get the same effect this would be very acceptable .

    Please assist -

    Thanks

    DB:3.46:Save As Tiff Option Needed p8


    I have generated a flowable XFA form that uses a javascript call to "save a file as a tiif" .

    this is working but -

    I need to be able to specify a few option about how it is saved - like - "monochrome" or 300 X 300 dpi , etc -

    right now the defaults are being used, etc -

    I am wondering if I can just update the defaults whenever my form runs - so that I get the same effect this would be very acceptable .

    Please assist -

    Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.46

    DB:3.46:Tiff Output Dpi Issue, File Reverts To Original Dpi When Exported As A Tiff ds


    I use aperture to occasionally process jpeg files for use in corporate newsletters. Most files arrive as really poor jpegs with a wide range of native dpi set in their exif/metadata. After image correction in aperture I then export as cmyk tiffs set at 300 dpi.
    Unfortunately;
    output dpi does not hold on imported jpeg files (have not tested on other types) when exported with metadata included, in this case it reverts to original image dpi as set by originating software.
    same files when exported without metadata box ticked retain dpi as set in export preset.
    this does not occur with files imported from my camera but files coming from third parties.
    not apparently affected by camera type.
    I have also just repeated this with my own files exported with and without metadata at 300 dpi, then all reimported into aperture, and then re-exported as tiffs with a different dpi (say 150). Those exported without metadata box checked export at new dpi setting. Those exported with metadata box checked retain dpi of 300.

    I have sent feedback to Apple but would like to see if anyone else could confirm this behavior or not (in case I have a local problem).

    10.6.3, Aperture 3.02

    DB:3.46:Tiff Output Dpi Issue, File Reverts To Original Dpi When Exported As A Tiff ds

    I use aperture to occasionally process jpeg files for use in corporate newsletters. Most files arrive as really poor jpegs with a wide range of native dpi set in their exif/metadata. After image correction in aperture I then export as cmyk tiffs set at 300 dpi.
    Unfortunately;
    output dpi does not hold on imported jpeg files (have not tested on other types) when exported with metadata included, in this case it reverts to original image dpi as set by originating software.
    same files when exported without metadata box ticked retain dpi as set in export preset.
    this does not occur with files imported from my camera but files coming from third parties.
    not apparently affected by camera type.
    I have also just repeated this with my own files exported with and without metadata at 300 dpi, then all reimported into aperture, and then re-exported as tiffs with a different dpi (say 150). Those exported without metadata box checked export at new dpi setting. Those exported with metadata box checked retain dpi of 300.

    I have sent feedback to Apple but would like to see if anyone else could confirm this behavior or not (in case I have a local problem).

    10.6.3, Aperture 3.02

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.45

    DB:3.45:Legibility Of Small Fontsizes In Pdf z1



    Hi

    Im doing layout for a ebook, part of which was already published on paper. There are some quite important black/white drawings (tiff, 300 dpi) with texts in 5-6 pt.On print these texts were absolutely readable, but in the test-pdfs from the current ebook layout I cannot get anything as clear that I can rely on readability in the end product. Is fontsize 5-6 pt. simply too smal for an ebook, or are there ways around this, like f.i. popups?

    Thanks for any help on this

    DB:3.45:Legibility Of Small Fontsizes In Pdf z1


    Thanks, Michael, Ive come to the conclusion, that somehow I have to replace the 5-6 point text in the illustations with bigger sized text, and do it in vector graphics.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.44

    DB:3.44:Problem With Zoom In And Zoom Out pd


    hello,
    m doing zooming operation on tiff image.
    when i applied zoom in operation on image which have properties

    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 2200 Pixel
    Image Width = 1700 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 200 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 200 dpi
    then it require 2 sec.

    then i apply the same code with diff image which have properties like,
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 3300 Pixel
    Image Width = 2500 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 300 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 300 dpi
    then it require 9 to 10 sec.

    my code is:
    RenderedImage src= oriRndImage[selectedButtonIndex];(orirndImage is Rendered
    Iamge)
    //Transfer Current RenderedImage object into BufferedImage object
    Raster ra= currRimage.getData(); //it take time.
    DataBuffer db = ra.getDataBuffer();
    SampleModel sa = ra.getSampleModel();
    ColorModel cm = currRimage.getColorModel();
    final BufferedImage currImage = new
    BufferedImage(cm,Raster.createWritableRaster(sa,db,null), false, new
    Hashtable());
    //Create new Bufferred Image

    BufferedImage bi = new BufferedImage(zoomW,zoomH, BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics2D g = bi.createGraphics();

    double scaleW = (double)(zoomW)/(double)(prev_width);
    double scaleH = (double)(zoomH)/(double)(prev_height);
    transAtZoom = AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleW,scaleH);
    g.drawRenderedImage(src, transAtZoom);

    can any one tell me that image properties affect the speed.?
    how to handle this problem?

    Regards,
    Shruti

    DB:3.44:Problem With Zoom In And Zoom Out pd

    hello,
    m doing zooming operation on tiff image.
    when i applied zoom in operation on image which have properties

    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 2200 Pixel
    Image Width = 1700 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 200 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 200 dpi
    then it require 2 sec.

    then i apply the same code with diff image which have properties like,
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 3300 Pixel
    Image Width = 2500 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 300 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 300 dpi
    then it require 9 to 10 sec.

    my code is:
    RenderedImage src= oriRndImage[selectedButtonIndex];(orirndImage is Rendered
    Iamge)
    //Transfer Current RenderedImage object into BufferedImage object
    Raster ra= currRimage.getData(); //it take time.
    DataBuffer db = ra.getDataBuffer();
    SampleModel sa = ra.getSampleModel();
    ColorModel cm = currRimage.getColorModel();
    final BufferedImage currImage = new
    BufferedImage(cm,Raster.createWritableRaster(sa,db,null), false, new
    Hashtable());
    //Create new Bufferred Image

    BufferedImage bi = new BufferedImage(zoomW,zoomH, BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics2D g = bi.createGraphics();

    double scaleW = (double)(zoomW)/(double)(prev_width);
    double scaleH = (double)(zoomH)/(double)(prev_height);
    transAtZoom = AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleW,scaleH);
    g.drawRenderedImage(src, transAtZoom);

    can any one tell me that image properties affect the speed.?
    how to handle this problem?

    Regards,
    Shruti

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.44

    DB:3.44:Dpi Trouble k3


    how do i change dpi to 300 in Pages 08

    DB:3.44:Dpi Trouble k3

    Pages has the means to set color intents in the Color Selector palette, but exactly how this is executed in final .pdfs is not documented.Selecting ICC profiles per object, yes. Selecting deviceColor per object, yes. Selecting the ICC rendering intent per object, including cross-rendering from Perceptual for print to Relative Colorimetric or Absolute Colorimetric for proof, no (or I need new glasses, which is of course possible). pdf output from Pages being only 72dpiTechnically there is no such thing as a single resolution for several objects in PDF, unless this is enforced by the user or by the PDF creating software. PDF is object-oriented, that is, each object can have its own resolution, its own colourant format, and its own colourimetry space.If you draw a circle, you can specify the stroke and colour of the path in one colourant format (e.g. CMYK) and associated device colourimetry space (MyPress.ICC) and the fill in another colourant format (e.g. RGB) and associated device colourimetry space (MyMonitor.ICC).What you are talking about is that PDF 1.4 and higher supports device-independent opacity operators whereas PDF 1.3 and lower, PostScript and Encapsulated PostScript do not. Therefore, the device-independent opacity operators have to be rendered to a device-dependent resolution by the PDF creator.This rendering does not involve any and all objects in a given PDF, but only those objects that are in a stack where opacity is set for one or more objects. You can configure a custom conversion filter, called a flattening filter, in the ColorSync Utility which will work, whereas cloning Apple's filter or using it as is will not work. That is, either cloning Apple's filter or using Apple's filter as is will produce Apple's default 72dpi resolution.With regard to whether Apple software storing ICC profiles differently in PDF than does Adobe software (or for that matter, Microsoft software), as mentioned in the external hyperlink above, what is the behaviour that prompts this mention? /hh

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.42

    DB:3.42:Pdf Downsample?? kf



    I have a pdf with a 100 mb 400 dpi tiff image placed in it. I'm exporting a pdf at the same size with no compression (do not downsample selected)

    The resulting pdf is only 8mb. . . that seems really low for a color photograph 13 x 20'' 300 dpi. . . cmyk. Why is it so low??

    DB:3.42:Pdf Downsample?? kf


    Good idea. Unless the printer says they can handle jpeg2000 I wouldn't go that route. I'm fairly sure some older RIPs can't deal with it.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.41

    DB:3.41:Export To 300 Dpi Not Working m9


    Attempring to export lots of files for printing with a preset at 300 dpi, once exported the end file is always less than 300 dpi, however, if I set the dpi to 400 the end result is higher than 300 dpi, but at a guess to the end amount of dpi!, could be 370 or there abouts.So, how do i get to send to printers files at 300 dpi, or very near?Thanks in advanceDave

    DB:3.41:Export To 300 Dpi Not Working m9

    Good to know, Dave. Thanks for letting us know the solution. Lonie

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.39

    DB:3.39:300 Dpi Resolution 71



    For my coverart, the site says "If using an image, its resolution should be set to 300dpi". My dpi is set to 600. Is that okay (or better) or does it have to be exactly 300? I would assume more than 300 would mean a clearer image resolution, yes?

    DB:3.39:300 Dpi Resolution 71

    PCs have changed, yes, but that does not mean they never used to be able to handle large graphics files etc. It depends on your system. There are many cheap PCs around now but that still usually means basic and a clue that they do not have a dedicated graphics card. To handle large files and most modern applications you really need a graphics card. Very often you get people wailing they have just bought a £299 PC or even (shudder) a £299 laptop, and it will not do much! Well, der ...Anyway http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dots_per_inch



    Find my books, art and other products here

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.39

    DB:3.39:Enlarge Image 800% 87



    Hi!

    I've got a hi-res tiff image (5031x3579 px) which I need to use as a background on a very large print (2500 mm x2500 mm, 300 dpi). I placed the original image in InDesign and had to enlarge it by approx 800% to fit the canvas. Effective dpi ended up at 35dpi. This, no suprise, looks **** when viewed at 50-100%, so I thought maybe it would be better to resize the image in photoshop before placing it in InDesign. Well, I did do that and ended up with an image with a huge filesize (2,5 Gb) before saving it as a tiff again. I noticed that many of the save as options didn't come up, only tiff, Large image format and native PS. I still dont know what the final file size will be... still waiting for it to finish processing.

    The method I used for enlargement was: Image size - resample - bicubic smoother (best for enlargement) - in three steps, 200% up - 200% up - 150% up.

    What I'm asking for, is advice on how to deal with this problem the best way using photoshop CS6? I know I will loose quality, but want to minimize the appearant loss the best way.

    Thanks

    Rune

    DB:3.39:Enlarge Image 800% 87


    I use Perfect Resize a lot and it works well. 8x should be doable but sucess will depend on original image quality, subject matter and practical considerations like viewing distance...

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.38

    DB:3.38:How To Change Tiff Image Dpi d7


    Ho Guys,

    I am looking for a code example to change Tiff Image DPI from 200 to 300.

    Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

    DB:3.38:How To Change Tiff Image Dpi d7

    You need to look for algorithms on scaling images. On such example is here:

    http://www.rgagnon.com/javadetails/java-0243.html

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.37

    DB:3.37:Creating A New Tiff With Jai Reduces Image Produced zz


    Hi all

    I am trying to produce a new TIFF file from a BufferedImage I have created. I am not taking any existing image (tiff, jpg, png...) and converting it to TIFF, I just need to create a brand new TIFF image. I am using JAI to perform this and it works fine...however the only problem I have is the size (dimensions) of the TIFF File Image produced.

    As you can see in this code first I produce a BufferedImage where I include, lines, text, and other images (logos...). The Size of the image is 800width x1080 height, as I am trying to produce a new A4 image that can be printed in a A4 paper. If I create a JPG file using ImageIO it works fine and the size of the image produced is ok. However when I perform the transformation from BufferedImage to TIFF the image produced is much more smaller, as it gets reduced to a 20% of the area of a A4 paper sheet.

    Could you plesae let me know what I am doing wrong? Basically the aim of this code is to produce a brand new TIFF image File from the code (web application) with the dimension of an A4 paper sheet. But dont know how to give the right "dimensions width and height" to the TIFF parameters in JAI.

    Thanks a lot in advance

    BufferedImage NoticiaFinal = new BufferedImage(800,1080,BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);

    Graphics Picaso = NoticiaFinal.getGraphics();
    Picaso.setColor(Color.white);
    Picaso.fillRect(0,0,800,1080);
    Picaso.setColor(Color.black);
    Picaso.setFont(new Font("Arial", Font.PLAIN, 12));

    Picaso.drawString("FECHA: "+ Fecha, X1Texto, 50); // String Values are defined before
    Picaso.drawString("OJD: "+ OJD, X1Texto, 65);
    Picaso.drawString("EGM: "+EGM, X1Texto, 80);
    Picaso.drawImage(Logo, XLogo, 35, Logo.getWidth(null), Logo.getHeight(null), null); // Logo is a jpg image from a jpg file with dimensions (100x50)
    Picaso.drawString("Edicin: "+Edicion , X2Texto, 50);
    Picaso.drawString("Seccin : "+Seccion, X2Texto, 65);
    Picaso.drawString("Pgina: "+Pagina, X2Texto, 80);

    Picaso.drawLine(50, Logo.getHeight(null)+ 55, 750, Logo.getHeight(null)+ 55);

    int situacion = 400 -( recortadoImage.getWidth(null)/2); // This is to know where to place another jpg image

    Picaso.drawImage(recortadoImage, situacion, Logo.getHeight(null)+ 105, recortadoImage.getWidth(null), recortadoImage.getHeight(null),null);

    Picaso.drawImage(Incis, 85, situacion_Y_Logos, Incis.getWidth(null), Incis.getHeight(null),null); //Incis is another logo image


    // TIFF Creation

    // As we need the TIFF file just temporary as it will be moved to PDF through an OCR application we create a temp empty file

    File outputfile = File.createTempFile("file", "aux");
    outputfile.createNewFile();

    RenderedImage src =(RenderedImage) NoticiaFinal; // src comes from the BufferedImage we created before in the code above

    // Specifing the tompression Group

    TIFFEncodeParam param = new TIFFEncodeParam();
    param.setCompression(TIFFEncodeParam.COMPRESSION_NONE);

    //set the TIFF image resolution to 300 x 300
    System.out.println("Creando TIFFField e dpi a 300");
    TIFFField[] extras = new TIFFField[2];
    extras[0] = new TIFFField(282, TIFFField.TIFF_RATIONAL, 1, (Object)new long[][] {{(long)300, (long)1},{(long)0 ,(long)0}});
    extras[1] = new TIFFField(283, TIFFField.TIFF_RATIONAL, 1, (Object)new long[][] {{(long)300, (long)1},{(long)0 ,(long)0}});
    param.setExtraFields(extras);

    OutputStream outputStream = new FileOutputStream (outputfile);

    TIFFImageEncoder encoder = new TIFFImageEncoder (outputStream, param);

    try{
    if (src == null)
    {
    System.out.println("SRC Chega null aqu");
    }
    else{encoder.encode(src);}
    }
    catch (Exception a){System.out.println("Fallo no Encoder: "+a.getMessage());}

    outputStream.close();
    outputStream = null;
    And when we see the TIFF file produced in this code, the image is quite reduced and after printing it, it just fills the 20% of an a4 paper sheet, however if we use ImageIO to produce a JPEG, the page is filled fine.

    Am I using the wrong dimensions for an A4 page? Am I doing something wrong to produce such small Tiff image?

    When we create the text in the BufferedImage text size is "12"...however that is not what we get when we print the page.

    Thanks a lot in advance for your help

    DB:3.37:Creating A New Tiff With Jai Reduces Image Produced zz

    Try running the class below. It isn't my class but displays two ways to set the dpi setting of a TIFF image and then writes the image using ImageIO. The image saved will be a simple 256 x 256 black image. The filename will be called "dpi_api.tif" and it will be saved in the current working user directory ( System.getProperty("user.dir") ).

    Try printing this image or converting it to a PDF. The dpi of the image is set to 42x24 so the image should print at about 6.1 inches x 10.7 inces. If it correctly prints or is converted to a PDF, then you have a problem somewhere in your code. If not, then there is a problem in the process you are using to convert the image to a PDF or print it.

    To run this class, you need the [JAI-ImageIO|https://jai-imageio.dev.java.net/binary-builds.html] package installed. This package is the successor to the outdated codec package within JAI (the one you are currently using in your code).

    Character limit exceeded, class in next post.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.36

    DB:3.36:File Size Limit For Tiff To Pdf Conversion mk


    Hello,

    Our company has many large size engineering drawings (mostly 24 x 36) that are scanned in tiff format (Full Color, 300 dpi). Many of these files are 200-300MB in size. When using Acrobat 9 to convert them, the entire image/page will not convert. We are left with approximately 1/2 of the original image. I suspect we are running into a file size limit, as we have no problem converting smaller size scans. Does anyone know what the maximum file size for conversion is? (I have searched in vain.) The print to Adobe Acrobat function will convert the file.

    Thanks.

    DB:3.36:File Size Limit For Tiff To Pdf Conversion mk


    Thanks for yours and others' responses. My main problems with the situation are as follows:
    Clearly, such limitations are fundamental part of a SW product spec and should be published. Moreover, I could not get a formal answer from Adobe whose product I purchased. Actually, one supervisor in their techsupport told me that he had no problem of creating and saving 3 GB file and that if I can't, there is a problem with my computer...It appears that the problem (until version 9, included) was not creation of large files but saving them. I could create files significantly larger than 2 GB but could not save them. Version X had problems with creation too. So fundamentally, it does not look like having an OS historical limitation problem. It seems more like a problem of the definition of the file pointer as an int (which if so is dumb by itself since there is no meaning to negative values here. In such case, it should have at least be defined as unsigned int, thus provide at least 4 GB...).It seems that the error messages feedback got worse ever since Acrobat ver. 6... In ver. 6., the error msg did say that the problem has to do something with the pointer (I don't remember exactly.). Later versions error msg said "...file too big..." which is pretty dumb - if you know the limit, specify it in the message at least. Version X is the worse: after I managed to produce larger than 2 GB files (in memory, and only by using some tricks), after trying to save the file the error message says: "Unidentified error"...!All in all, it seems the limitation seems to be confined to the File-Save (As) routine. That does not require significant sources to fix. From my observations, it seems that the maintenance of the product was outsourced to some 3rd world country with very low quality resources, that not only improved the situation but make it worse. And since the problem (at least before ver. X) was saving only, it souldn't take large resources to fix it. Just one real programmer for few hours...I also disagree about the "1 in a million" need for large files. No doubt that while this might have been true in the past, things are changing. One high quality picture taken by my pocket camera may occupy 10 MB and 30-100 MB by very high resolution professional camera. So to create a high quality PDF album file, very few pictures will kill the purpose. 64 bit OSes, large memories, and huge disk drives are now very common place. Many applications are progressing accordingly. If Adobe will not march with the times and technology, eventually someone else will.

    David

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.36

    DB:3.36:Logo Question 1s


    hi..i have a logo i want to import. the image is both a psd and tiff --and i have tried to import both versions- and the logo looks terrible. it is all anti-aliased and jagged and distorted looking. the logo is 300 dpi and the original looks pristine..perfect. what is going on? what is the best way to import onto the menu? what am i doing wrong? i have tried this multiple times, different file sizes, etc. all the same result. thanks.

    DB:3.36:Logo Question 1s

    In Photoshop CS3 at least, you go file/new/ and set the size to NTSC D1 widescreen as Shawn said. It will default to a 1.2 aspect ratio. You'll get the right size image, at 720x480, and this will go into DVDSP correctly.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.33

    DB:3.33:Setting Image Dpi Size Of Tiff Image zf


    Can anyone suggest me a method for setting the size of tiff image to 300 dpi.

    I got the following code

    http://markmail.org/download.xqy?id=lljtrh4jtsowwloknumber=1

    But the image dpi size remains the same after this

    Edited by: Priya on Dec 29, 2008 10:58 AM

    DB:3.33:Setting Image Dpi Size Of Tiff Image zf

    Why do you think the dpi remains the same after using the code in the link?

    Any given printer dosen't necessarily have to honor the dpi setting in an image format. In fact, usually the image viewer used to print the image takes control of the physical size of the image.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.33

    DB:3.33:Is There A Limit To How Large The Resolution Of Renders Can Be? md


    I am attempting to render a tiff image in Maya using Mental ray for a large format print. Ideally I would render out an image that is 13200 x 16500 pixels (or 44 inches x 55 inches at 300 dpi). However when I attempt to render at to this scale Maya eventually only produces a 124byte file. When I render at a smaller resolution e.g. 5000 x 6000 I get a usable tiff file/image from the same scene. Is there a limit to how big Maya can render? Does it depend on my hardware? If so which components factor into this?I have a P4 2.6 dual core with 2gigs of ram and a 512 mgb Nvidia card.Thanks.

    DB:3.33:Is There A Limit To How Large The Resolution Of Renders Can Be? md

    You have to run it on via the command line on your windows machine. Open a command prompt by pressing "windows"+"r" and type in "cmd", then the command prompt will open. Type in the first line of the code (altered to your scene and project, of course), hit return and wait what's happening. Maya should fire up, but without the GUI, so you save that memory for rendering.You maybe have to change the code to something like"c:\program files\autodesk\maya2008\render.exe" -r mr -x 5000 -y 3000 -reg 0 999 0 3000 -proj "c:\documents and settings\your project" yourscene.mbrender.exe starts maya (so insert the correct path to the file here), -r mr stands for mental ray as the renderer, -x 5000 -y 5000 is the total resolution of the image, -reg is the region you want to render, -proj yourproject defines the path to the project root, yourscene.mb is the scene you want to render. It will take all settings saved in the render settings with your scene, unless you override them (i.e. with the -r flag or any other flag, like -im part1, which sets the name for your image).Command line rendering is documented well in the Maya docs, take a look at it.As Sushant already said, you can make a batch file #40;just create a .txt file and rename it to the extension .bat#41; and put all necessary commands in there. When you start that batch file, maya will render all of the lines included.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.31

    DB:3.31:Limit On Exporting High Resolution Tiff Files? File Size Error s1



    Hello!

    I usually output a 300dpi tiff of my work. These posters are 36" to 48" wide, so large files. Occasionally, Illustrator (latest CC version) will not export and reports an error:

    So what is the Maximum resolution? a 300 dpi 36" wide poster is not out of the ordinary. I do prefer the export setting "ART OPTIMIZED"

    Any thoghts?

    Max

    DB:3.31:Limit On Exporting High Resolution Tiff Files? File Size Error s1


    Try doing a print test with just a part of the image. Try ( for example) 300 ppi, then 150 ppi, then 75 ppi and see if you can see the difference at normal viewing distance. Chances are that you wont.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.29

    DB:3.29:Dpi f1



    My book is a collection of drawings and cartoons. I uploaded some of the artwork as PDFs with 200 dpi, others at 300 dpi. Will there be a difference in quality or resolution of the printed images, depending on their dpi?

    My drawings are not fine art.

    I'm not going to rescan the drawings, but should I resave the 200dpi PDFS at 300 dpi, and reload?

    I work in Photoshop, and can change the image size of ready-to upload pages, from 200 dpi to 300 dpi, and then save as PDF.

    thanks very much

    AMY







    Solved!
    Go to Solution.

    DB:3.29:Dpi f1


    thanks very much Ken. crummy club, even with the t-shirt.

    stay well!

    AMY

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.28

    DB:3.28:Jpeg To Tiff 17


    I submitted an article to a journal and although they accepted the article they requested that the photos be converted from Jpeg to Tiff with alteast 300 dpi. I tried an online converter but then the image I receive on my screen is just green. Does that
    mean it has been converted or is this defective? What can I do to rectify it?

    DB:3.28:Jpeg To Tiff 17

    It shouldn't be green - that would qualify as defective.

    The point of saving the images as 300dpi TIFF is lost if you don't have the original images in a non-lossy format. JPEG is a great format for photographs but it's compression algorithms does damage to the image. Converting that file to a TIFF doesn't repair
    these compression artifacts. Similarly, if your images are less than 300dpi then converting the image up to 300dpi is not going to improve its quality.

    There has already been a suggestion to use IrfanView to convert the images. That is an excellent piece of software and the price (free) is good but you might already have other software that can also do the job. GIMP and Photoshop are both image editors
    (one free and one hellishly expensive) and both would also be able to do the task of conversion but there are many others.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.28

    DB:3.28:Pictures Resolution In Indesign 8x


    So I am not talking about resampling images in InDesign. But I have a question related to the resolution of pictures as InDesign sees it.I have some photos in JPEG format I want to use in InDesign, not scaled, not anything. All same dimension (pixel resolution). 300 dpi. But one of them, even tough is having the same resolution, it has in the header 72 DPI setup. And InDesign, uses that information and places the pixelated image, scaled up.The only solution I have found is open the respective JPEG, change its info resolution without resampling pixels, saving as TIFF and import it back in InDesing. Is there not something that would help me explaining InDesign to ignore the 72 DPI seting from the photo?Thanks,Romulus

    DB:3.28:Pictures Resolution In Indesign 8x

    There is a script floating around that allows you to choose a resolution and the progam will calculate the size...

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.28

    DB:3.28:How Do I Save My Pictures At 300 Dpi? xa



    I recently started working for a local newspaper. The editor asked me to upload my pictures at 300 dpi. How do I save my pictures at 300 dpi? When I click on properties of the pictures I have taken, the dpi is always listed as 72.

    DB:3.28:How Do I Save My Pictures At 300 Dpi? xa


    Open the photo in PSE

    Go to Image menu - then image size.

    You can then change the Resolution (in Document size section) to 300 pixels per inch

    It will make the photos smaller in dimensions, this is normal

    Save a copy and send that through

    I hop that helps!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.28

    DB:3.28:Cs2 Tiff Files Crashing My Word Processor s3


    I recently upgraded my Photoshop 7 to Photoshop CS2. I've been saving 1 bit line art tiff files for years with Photoshop 7 and there has never been this issue. When I save 1 bit TIF files with CS2, it crashes my word processing software. I'm saving it with all the same settings I used to save them with from v7. Is there some setting I'm missing that can fix this problem? I'm saving my files with the following settings

    1 bit 300 dpi
    LZW compression
    Pixel Order - Interleaved
    Byte - IBM PC

    With the exception of the 'pixel order' setting, all the other settings are exactly the same. v7 doesn't appear to have that pixel order selection. I have tried many different combinations of these selections without success. I'm hoping someone here can point me in the right direction.

    My word processor is Arbortext Epic Editor Version 4.1.

    DB:3.28:Cs2 Tiff Files Crashing My Word Processor s3

    Laurie - a dot release is a bug fix release of software. 7.0 is the main version, and 7.0.1 is the first dot release update. Yes, you need to update your word processing software to fix the bug in the word processing software.

    If your IT department can't update software to pick up bug fixes, it seems like you have much larger problems than just TIFF files. (and they sound very Dilbert-esque)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.26

    DB:3.26:Resolution Changes Between Cs4 And Lr sf



    Hi all,

    I work with LR1.4 and CS4.

    This is my workflow:

    basic changes in LRexternal editing: edit a copy in CS4 (Tiff, 16 bits, no compression)in CS4 I change the resolution in 'Image Size' from 240 dpi to 300 dpiI process the image in CS4I close itimage gets stored in LRexternal editing again (for sharpening) : edit a copy in CS4 (Tiff, 16 bits, no compression)

    NOW HERE is the problem! If I THEN look at image size in CS4, the resolution has changed back to 240 dpi somewhere along the line.

    This is only so since a few days. Before I didn't have this problem.

    Maybe I changed (ticked/unticked) something without knowing it?

    Who can help me??

    DB:3.26:Resolution Changes Between Cs4 And Lr sf


    I have checked all preferences etc. both in LR and CS4 again...but I cannot find the solution to my problem anywhere...can anyone help?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.26

    DB:3.26:Dpi 1j



    How do you change a dpi? I need to go from a 600 to a 300????

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.26

    DB:3.26:Saving Files As Images With High Resolution ap



    I need to be able to save my JMP files as images with a high resolution for printing. As far as I can tell (I am a new user), images (tiff, jpeg, etc.) are always saved with a dpi of 96, whereas I need a resolution of at least 300 dpi in order to have acceptable images for my manuscript's print publication. Any suggestions?

    DB:3.26:Saving Files As Images With High Resolution ap


    I think you can set that in JMP Preferences in the Windows Specific section. The copy/drag graphic formats will allow you to always have 300 dpi pictures when you copy or drag JMP stuff.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.26

    DB:3.26:Need 300 Dpi Printing j8



    please suggest HP laserjet printers model which can print on 300 DPI. thanks

    DB:3.26:Need 300 Dpi Printing j8


    Thanks for looking into HP printers. I believe that ALL HP laserjets are capable of printing 300 dpi. When looking at the specifications of the printer it is common for them to only list the maximum dpi, but be assured that if it lists 600x600 or even 600x600 x2 it will be able to print 300.

    Here are a few suggested printers

    HP LaserJet Pro P1102w Printer

    HP LaserJet Pro M1212nf Multifunction Printer

    HP LaserJet Pro 200 color Printer M251nw

    HP LaserJet Pro 100 color MFP M175nw

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.24

    DB:3.24:Lightroom Export Dpi Problem 71


    Since I upgraded from Lightroom 1.0 to 1.1 I have noticed when I export from 300 dpi it opens at 72 dpi in Elements 4. When exporting I have the dpi set to 300 dpi but when I open it in Elements 4 it clearly says its only 72 dpi.

    Any suggestions on how to fix this? Is this just operator error?

    DB:3.24:Lightroom Export Dpi Problem 71

    Drew,

    I don't have a printer and never had an image printed but from what I read, the DPI setting that you see in LR or Elements is irrelevant. As Phil said above, if you submit an image to a print house that is, lets say, 3500x2500 pixels in size and you ask for a 10x15" print, then the DPI is automatically determined by those factors - image dimensions and desired print size. You don't need to tell the print house what DPI to use, they will compute DPI from image size and requested print size.

    So you can submit your images to the camera shop and ask for some 4x6 prints and some 10x15 prints and they will both come out fine. :)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.23

    DB:3.23:Tiff Resolution.... ss


    I'm trying to change a Tiffs resolution from 600 dpi to 300 dpi, and then create a pdf from the resulting tiff.

    I found some adive in other forums on how to decrease resolution, but I'm not sure if its actually working. When I go to make the pdfs, the resulting pdfs are the same size as the pdfs made from the other tiff.

    does anyone have any advice on how to properly decrease the resolution?

    Here's what I have been using:
    public void decreaseDPI() {
    try {

    RenderedOp src = JAI.create("TIFF", fileName
    TIFFEncodeParam param = new TIFFEncodeParam();
    TIFFField[] extras = new TIFFField[3];
    extras[0] =new TIFFField(282,TIFFField.TIFF_RATIONAL,1,
    (Object) new long[][] { {(long) 300, (long) 1 }, {(long) 0, (long) 0 }});
    extras[1] =new TIFFField(283,TIFFField.TIFF_RATIONAL,1,(Object) new long[][] { {(long) 300, (long) 1 }, {(long) 0, (long) 0 }});
    extras[2] =new TIFFField(296,TIFFField.TIFF_SHORT,1,(Object) new char[] { 2 });

    param.setExtraFields(extras);
    param.setCompression(param.COMPRESSION_GROUP4);
    JAI.create("filestore", src, "2.tiff", "TIFF", null);

    } catch (IOException ioe) {
    System.out.println("Error ");
    }
    }

    DB:3.23:Tiff Resolution.... ss

    I don't see why reducing the resolution of the image would make it smaller. I would only expect it to be less sharp.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.23

    DB:3.23:Printing 20x30 Contact Sheet Poster 8z


    I'm trying to print a 20x30 contact sheet poster containing 98 images. I have a 300 dpi TIFF file imported into iPhoto 5 that comes in at 155 MB (6000x9000 dpi). However, when I try to order a 20x30 print from iPhoto, the dialog box tells me it's transferring a 10 MB file, nothing close to the 155 MB original. What am I doing wrong? I haven't let the order proceed yet because I'm sure a 10 MB file at poster size will look terrible.

    Thanks in advance. SJG.

    DB:3.23:Printing 20x30 Contact Sheet Poster 8z

    Thanks OT. I think I'll go ahead and let iPhoto print the 10 MB file and see what happens. I am slightly worried that I don't know what actually gets sent to the online service though.

    SJG.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Photo Size When Scanning Slides. kd


    I recently scanned 900 Kodachrome slides most of them 50 years old. Following the instructions from a Silverfast tech I set the DPI at 1200 and selected tiff files. I now realize these pictures are 100 Mb each--way too big! Especially after editing which makes another copy. My question is whether I should start over and rescan all the slides at a much lower DPI or invest in some kind of software that will let me reduce the size. Either way will be time consuming but time is not really a problem for me. Also I would like your opinion as to whether I should use JPEG instead of TIFF if I decide to rescan. I want to make a slide show with 300 of these slides and burn it to DVD to watch on a 55" HDTV. Thanks for any help.

    DB:3.22:Photo Size When Scanning Slides. kd

    Thank you TD and bythecsshore. I will try these ideas and post the results ASAP. Thanks again and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Dpi?&Nbsp; Formatting For Kindle's Not To Exceed 300 Dpi Requirement 3s


    Ok, I understand there is no dpi in iPhoto. I'm formatting for Kindle and the requirement is that photos not exceed 300 dpi... What do I do to assure this before I go to all the work of inserting and uploading?

    DB:3.22:Dpi?&Nbsp; Formatting For Kindle's Not To Exceed 300 Dpi Requirement 3s

    Kindle's may need a dpi to properly scale the image - which is a valid use for dpi. You may need to set the dpi setting in Aperture or some other graphics program.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Changing 72 Dpi To 300 Dpi 1x



    I purchased a stock photo and it's size was 72 dpi. Is it safe to change a file from 72 dpi to 300 dpi? What should I be concerned with when I do this? Any recommendations.

    Also, If I change it from 72 to 300 should I make it smaller?

    Thanks

    DB:3.22:Changing 72 Dpi To 300 Dpi 1x


    charles badland wrote:

    ...When it is totally messed up, they bring it to me...

    Would you prefer not to have any billable work?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:How Do I Save Something 300 Dpi m1



    I need to save something at 300 dpi but i can't figure out how to do it... HELP!

    DB:3.22:How Do I Save Something 300 Dpi m1


    You simply set the document DPI in File -- Document settings.

    Mylenium

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Set Dpi Saving A Tiff (???) cm


     
    How can I save a TIFF with a resolution of 300 DPI in Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition?
     
    When I use...
     

    Code Snippet

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Pdf Is Very Big, Compared To Original ck



    I just converted a 300 dpi tiff which was 18 x 20 inches to a pdf, and the pdf turned out to be 76 x 126 (approx). I need the smaller size for printing, according to the company that if producing the document. Any idea on how to help me? Thanks.

    DB:3.22:Pdf Is Very Big, Compared To Original ck


    I figured out the solution!

    In Adobe Acrobat Professional, go to Acrobat Preferences.

    From the Preferences window, go to Page Display and set the Zoom to 100% and set the Custom Resolution to whatever resolution your original file is in.

    When I opened mine, the Custom Resolution was set to 98 pixels/inch but my original file was at 72 so that's why my pdfs were bigger. Once I set the custom resolution to 72, it worked perfectly and the document width and height was the same as the original.

    Hope this works for you.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Downsizing From 300 Dpi 3s



    Hello,

    For my work I need high resolution pictures only. So often I have to resize them to 300 dpi.

    Only when I resize them to 300 dpi it increases the file size to a few 1000 px * 1000px..

    How can I resize my pictures to 300 dpi en then resize them to the format I want?

    Still learning here so I'm sorry for any trouble.

    Thank you in advance,

    Ralph-Jordie

    DB:3.22:Downsizing From 300 Dpi 3s


    If you want application help, go to that applications forum.

    This forum is usually just for installation and other very general questions about the suites.

    Bob

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Why Placed Images In Illustrator Are Smaller Than Actual (Photoshop) Size? 39



    Hi everyone-

    I have an image that I must placed on an Illustrator document, but when placed it shows up much smaller than it actually is. The image in Photoshop is 1000 pixels wide (tiff) and the Illustrator document is 1000 pixel wide also, both same resolution (300 dpi). Shouldn't it the fill the whole artboard if both are same size/resolution/color settings? I'm using CS6. Thanks in advance for your help.

    DB:3.22:Why Placed Images In Illustrator Are Smaller Than Actual (Photoshop) Size? 39


    Thanks Steve! That worked. Ditched de pixels and used centimeters on both applications. Thanks again.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Problem Working With 1bpp Ccittg4 Compressed Tiff Images 8s


    I am working on a VB.net program that uses GDI+ to merge individually scanned images and merge them into 1 multi-paged tiff image.
    Incoming pages are scanned as tiff's and could be than 200 DPI and may or may not be compressed, all pages will be black and white.
    Images could be 1bpp.
    Before merging into a multi-page TIFF:
    I need to change the pages to 200 dpi if they are not.
    Compress image using CCITT T.6 (G4) which requires converting any image with more than 1bpp to 1bpp.
    I have compressed an image to CCITT T.6 that was already 1bpp.

    I have converted a 300 dpi image to 200 dpi but the image ends up 48bpp.
    What I still need to do is be able to read a one page TIFF image that is 300 dpi and convert it to 200 DPI and compress it to CCITT T.6 and save it out.

    GDI+ is a great tool, it would be a lot more useful with more examples with images in VB.NET.
    Thanks for any help in advance.
    Bob B

    DB:3.22:Problem Working With 1bpp Ccittg4 Compressed Tiff Images 8s

    You needto convert all of your images to the same dimensions in pixels, setup the TIFF encoder with your desired compressionand save each image as a frame in a TIFF. Study SaveAdd.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.22

    DB:3.22:Setting Dpi ck



    How do I change the dpi from 600 to 300 on HP Deskjet 1000?

    DB:3.22:Setting Dpi ck


    I see why I couldn't find your printer now. You have a HP business class printer. These forums are for HP comsumer class printers and scanners. There may be a way to change the DPI on the printer, but I don't know of one. I specialize in consumer printer though, so you will be better off talking to the business class printer experts on this forum. Just follow the link and it will take you to the right spot to get an answer.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.21

    DB:3.21:Mapviewer Increase Image Dpi dj


    Hi,

    I have a question regarding the dots-per-inch (dpi) of the image received when sending a XML_request to Mapviewer. Is it possible to increase the dpi from 96 dpi (web page quality) to 300 dpi (print quality)?

    Cheers
    Jamie Keene

    DB:3.21:Mapviewer Increase Image Dpi dj

    Is there a way to set the dpi in generate image on the fly... I know we can change the default dpi in the config file, but we are interested in letting the user choose the dpi of the image that they generate... Thanks Larry

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.21

    DB:3.21:How Can I Lower The Dpi From 600 To 300 On My Cm1017 Mfp dx



    How can I lower the dpi from 600 to 300 on my CM1017 MFP? Thanks to anyone who can help me!

    DB:3.21:How Can I Lower The Dpi From 600 To 300 On My Cm1017 Mfp dx


    No problem at all with extending the life of your toner!! Have you tried the advanced options in the printer preferences? Try checking here:

    1.Open Printers and Faxes2.Right-click the icon for the printer you are using, and then click Printing Preferences.3.Click Advanced, and under Graphic, click Print Quality.4.Click the resolution option you want.

    Let me know if this is what you are looking for. Good luck!

    -SeanS

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.21

    DB:3.21:Raw Files Straight To Book Layout? k8


    Hey all,
    I'm interested in starting to use the Apple book services for my wedding proof books, but have a couple of quick questions I was hoping someone could help with.

    In Aperture (2.12), can I just use the edited raw files in the book layout and trust the book's "conversion" to PDF to maintain both the edits (exposure, contrast, etc.) and the raw file's 300 dpi resolution? Or will I get my best results from exporting all of the raw files to jpeg/tiff and then re-importing and using the processed files in the layout?

    DB:3.21:Raw Files Straight To Book Layout? k8

    If what you mean is can you edit the raw images in Aperture and use the edited but un-processed images in a book the answer is "Yes". Aperture will display your edit settings in the book layout and when the book is processed for purchase the edits will be committed. Until then the images placed in the book can be re-edited.

    If you mean can you edit and process the raw files into .tif or .jpg and use them, the answer is also "Yes" assuming you've processed to a high enough quality.

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    DB:3.21:Long Shot Scripting For Server Organization - Help? xx



    I have plenty of scripts to identify the res of an image, but now I am looking to put one together which will look at my server, identify amongst thousands of files at a time, the PS, .jpg and .tiff files only, checking the res and copying those that are 300 dpi or greater only to a local folder. From there I have a whole other workflow to reres to low res for FPO files and rename into their own folder. Making sense enough for a reply?

    DB:3.21:Long Shot Scripting For Server Organization - Help? xx


    If you are on a mac then you could try this in the ESTK with either bridge or photoshop as your target app. It passes a string to the system that just writes a list as a text file to your documents folder If you compare the list and it looks good you can either parse it with JavaScript or pipe it to another shell like 'cp'

    #target bridge

    var f = Folder.selectDialog('Select a Folder to search in?');

    var shellString = "mdfind -onlyin ";
    shellString += "'" + f.fsName + "/'";
    shellString += " '(kMDItemResolutionHeightDPI 299 || kMDItemResolutionWidthDPI 299)";
    shellString += " (kMDItemFSName == *.tif || kMDItemFSName == *.psd || kMDItemFSName == *.jpg)' ";
    shellString += "~/Documents/StdOut.txt";

    //$.writeln(shellString); Just my test

    var sh = app.system(shellString);

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.21

    DB:3.21:1-Bit Tiff pd


    Hello,
    I need to create a 1-Bit Tiff file from a InDesign file. The art is in black and white and I have been asked for a 1-Bit mono-color TIFF with 1200 dpi.
    I appreciate in advance.
    Andre

    DB:3.21:1-Bit Tiff pd

    I want to learn about tiff anurag india

    See this link for
    all about TIFF. I recommend the Toronto International Film Festival for starters, sounds interesting.

    You might also want to learn about proper posting (viz., in relevant groups only; neither this thread nor this group are relevant to your question), punctuation (often, but not always, a sentence ends with a period), writing style (your name should be on a separate line; it's not even necessary, as it's also at the top of your post), geography (you might as well tell us you're from "earth" rather than "india"; besides, why would we care?), and politeness.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.21

    DB:3.21:File Size And Resolution. ss



    Hello,

    I have been attempting to create PDF files using Acrobat (both 9.5.5 and 10.1.9) but have run into some questions for which I haven't found clear answers.

    I started with pages scanned at 300 dpi and saved as TIFF files. Following that I have tried to bring these into Acrobat using various methods. I have imported them as TIFF and have also compressed them first in Photoshop (reduced resolution to 200 dpi and used 'Saved As' and 'Save for Web') and saved files as JPEG. In all instances I have found a reasonable reduction in the file resolution. For instance, one document had pages saved as TIFF files with a resolution of 1800 x 2700 dpi but the resolution was reduced to only 432 x 648 once it was saved as a PDF file (resolution is shown by the 'Get Info' command in OS X).

    Considering the entire page is treated as a huge image file (whether TIFF or JPEG) since it is a scan, how can I control the resolution when creating PDFs so that it doesn't get reduced this much ? I wish to create a PDF that can be viewed on screen and it is not too big to be downloaded by those with slow Internet connections, but at the same time has enough quality to be printed and produce good quality documents.

    Thank you in advance.

    DB:3.21:File Size And Resolution. ss


    I think I may not be expressing myself very well. I was not suggesting that you keep the files as TIFF. By "original" I meant the direct conversion of TIFF to PDF. So you would have an original PDF at high resolution for printing, and a copy on which OCR (text recognition) has been done for screen viewing.

    Let's go back to the previous reply. You ask "How is preflight used to verify resolution of the document ?". I have to advise you to forget terms like "the resolution of the document". This is leading you astray. Documents do not have resolution; the images in a document do. So, while you might expect and hope that all your images have the same resolution, that is just a hope until you verify it. And you will get nowhere with preflight until you think in terms of checking each, separate, image.

    Now, preflight has a steep learning curve, as it can check just about anything including things that only a few people in the world understand. But let's go through setting up a custom profile that checks whether any images are below 300 dpi. This is from Acrobat X, but you should find it similar.

    Open preflight (under print production tools).

    Click options -- Create new preflight profile.

    Give your profile a name, check images no less than 300 dpi.

    At left click Custom profiles check images no less than 300 dpi images

    At right look under Resolution of color and greyscale images

    Click the grey icon before "lower" and change to "Error"

    Set is ... lower than ... 300 pixels per inch.

    Repeat for resolution of bitmap images

    Click OK

    Now this is set up. Open a PDF, open preflight. Click check images no less than 300 dpi, and click Analyse. It will pass or fail. You can open the report produced if it fails to see the actual resolution.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.20

    DB:3.20:I Need To Crop My Images To 2216 X 3000 Pixels At 300 Dpi z8



    HOW DO I CROP A IMIAGE TO 2216 X 3000 OR 3000 X 2216 PIXELS AT 300 DPI?

    DB:3.20:I Need To Crop My Images To 2216 X 3000 Pixels At 300 Dpi z8


    Do you want the crop resampled to the 2216 px by3000 px 300 DPI or retain the current image quality just crop a larger image to this smaler size 7.39" x 10" print. If just crop. Use image size resample NOT checked set DPI 300 click OK to set the image to the 300DPI resolution. Then use the Rectangle marquee tool set mode fixed size. Set width 2216px height 3000 click on the image and position the selection to the composition you want then use menu imagecrop.

    The crop tool can crop and re-size the crop. If the method use to do the re-size is interpolation the image quality will degrade some.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.20

    DB:3.20:My F370 Scans Only In 300 Dpi 91



    my F370 scans documents only in 300 dpi, if I change the resolution to a slower value like 200 or 150 I receive an error message in the process.

    Any help?

    Marcos

    DB:3.20:My F370 Scans Only In 300 Dpi 91


    my F370 scans documents only in 300 dpi, if I change the resolution to a slower value like 200 or 150 I receive an error message in the process.

    Any help?

    Marcos

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.18

    DB:3.18:High Dpi Export xp


    Hello All

    I used Pages to make some illustrations for a publication. The publisher needs them exported at 600 dpi. I can't figure out how to export from Pages at 600 dpi. Any ideas? The preferred format is tiff.

    DB:3.18:High Dpi Export xp

    Excellent advice from Yvan and Peter. Have you discussed using a electronic Pages file with the Publisher and/or Pre-Press department? That is a little unusual if they prefer or will even accept it. So just make sure you verbally convey to the publisher what you are doing and what they can work with successfully.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.18

    DB:3.18:Dpi Resolution ck



    Hi All

    Is there a way to export Sales Invoice to PDF in DPI 300 resolution?

    Kedalene Chong

    DB:3.18:Dpi Resolution ck


    Hi,

    Open required sales invoice and then choose File---Pring

    1. Choose Cute PDF writer

    2. Choose preference

    3. Choose advanced tab

    4. Under graphic, choose 300 dpi

    Thanks Regards,

    Nagarajan

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    DB:3.18:Jai Getting Tiff File Resolution a1


    Anyone know how to retrieve the resolution (dpi) from a tif file?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.18

    DB:3.18:Adding Pictures/Graphics W Text To Dv Movies 38


    In the past - I was told if I wanted to add a picture ( with text titling mixed in) to a DV quality movie in final cut pro - that I should use: 720x480 300 dpi Tiff file - however looks badly smudgy/ pixilated post importing.

    Q: Why does this look so bad? Should I be using a different size/format?

    DB:3.18:Adding Pictures/Graphics W Text To Dv Movies 38

    I would add this to the neverending discussion on this board about the still-pic quality in iM...

    don't hesitate to make use of the forum's search feature, keywords "jaggies" or "pixelate" ...

    in short:
    * iM's preview window does NOT show final pic quality
    * iM is made for video on TV screen - small resinterlacelimited colors...
    * avoid high contrasts and serif-fonts...
    * "dpi" is for print only.. has no effect on computer/TV displays...

    besides:
    ... I wanted to add a picture ...in final cut pro ...
    why not asking there...?
    http://discussions.apple.com/forum.jspa?forumID=939

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.17

    DB:3.17:Re: How To Start With Scan Images Tiff Format x7


    Dear Members.....

    Today I install the AutoCAD Raster Design and explore it and also some study of Getting Start [basic chapters]

    I have a Scan Map of Road Net Work in TIFF Format

    Image Size SIZE 50" x 65"

    Scan Resolation 300 dpi

    Kindly tell me how to start with this .... I try to work with but i cant do

    I am enclosing herewith a refernce file....

    I am waiting response from members.....

    Thanks....









    Attachments:







    PAK_Roads.jpg ‏59 KB

    DB:3.17:Re: How To Start With Scan Images Tiff Format x7

    I am using an AutoDWG PDF to DWG converter, you may try this one to convert raster images to editable drawings. It is much easy.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.17

    DB:3.17:How Can I Export A Smaller Tiff?? f8



    As part of my work, I need to provide a tiff file for every vecor-based graphic that I create (many each day). The process right now involves opening the .ai in PS, setting the resolution (300-1200 dpi, depending), resizing the canvas, and saving as a tiff file with LZW compression. When I try to export a tiff out of AI, even at the lowest resolution acceptable and even with LZW compression, the output tiff file is many times large that it would be from PS. I am willing to pay for a workaround for having to use PS for every single job I do. Does anyone know of a way? Thanks in advance!

    DB:3.17:How Can I Export A Smaller Tiff?? f8


    As part of my work, I need to provide a tiff file for every vecor-based graphic that I create (many each day). The process right now involves opening the .ai in PS, setting the resolution (300-1200 dpi, depending), resizing the canvas, and saving as a tiff file with LZW compression. When I try to export a tiff out of AI, even at the lowest resolution acceptable and even with LZW compression, the output tiff file is many times large that it would be from PS. I am willing to pay for a workaround for having to use PS for every single job I do. Does anyone know of a way? Thanks in advance!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.17

    DB:3.17:Problem With Zoom In And Zoom Out a3


    hello,
    m doing zooming operation on tiff image.
    when i applied zoom in operation on image which have properties

    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 2200 Pixel
    Image Width = 1700 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 200 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 200 dpi
    then it require 2 sec.

    then i apply the same code with diff image which have properties like,
    Bit per sample =1
    Image Length = 3300 Pixel
    Image Width = 2500 Pixel
    Resolution(x) = 300 dpi
    Resolution(y) = 300 dpi
    then it require 9 to 10 sec.

    my code is:
    RenderedImage src= oriRndImage[selectedButtonIndex];(orirndImage is Rendered
    Iamge)
    //Transfer Current RenderedImage object into BufferedImage object
    Raster ra= currRimage.getData(); //it take time.
    DataBuffer db = ra.getDataBuffer();
    SampleModel sa = ra.getSampleModel();
    ColorModel cm = currRimage.getColorModel();
    final BufferedImage currImage = new
    BufferedImage(cm,Raster.createWritableRaster(sa,db,null), false, new
    Hashtable());
    //Create new Bufferred Image

    BufferedImage bi = new BufferedImage(zoomW,zoomH, BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics2D g = bi.createGraphics();

    double scaleW = (double)(zoomW)/(double)(prev_width);
    double scaleH = (double)(zoomH)/(double)(prev_height);
    transAtZoom = AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleW,scaleH);
    g.drawRenderedImage(src, transAtZoom);

    can any one tell me that image properties affect the speed.?
    how to handle this problem?

    Regards,
    Shruti.

    DB:3.17:Problem With Zoom In And Zoom Out a3

    Hi,
    I m dealing with same problem as the one u specified regarding speed of zoom effect,can u plz help me out if u have a solution for the same..
    waiting for ur reply...
    thanking u.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.17

    DB:3.17:File Format For Scans? d8


    I'm having a terrible battle with extremely large pdfs that are getting produced by Preview when I simply print 10 or 20 scans to pdf. I've always thought that TIFF was a good lossless format for scans and such and that png was a good format for uploading to the web (which is basically how I handle these issues).Should I change this?I'm noticing that my 300 dpi TIFF scans are 10 MB in size and that if I save out from preview as jpg or pdf that these are then 2 MB. Is this normal?http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15285654/Screen%20shot%202011-11-12%20at%2001.30.43%20PM .pngDoes this mean that if I scan the images as pdf or jpg that my pdf prints out of preview will be 1/5 of the size they are now?Thanks

    DB:3.17:File Format For Scans? d8

    Does this mean that if I scan the images as pdf or jpg that my pdf prints out of preview will be 1/5 of the size they are now?
    With the reduced size you would have to print them out at 1/5th size to get the exact same quality, but as with that gray tiff in the other thread that was scanned at 300dpi, it was scanned higher than the source dpi, and had no color but was scanned as 24 bit color, grayscale 8 bit or 16 bit 150-200 dpi scan would've been smaller and likely the same quality.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.17

    DB:3.17:Editing In Iphoto Reduces Dpi From 180 To 72 f1


    My camera takes pictures at 180 DPI. They are 180 DPI after I import them into iPhoto, however they are reduced 72 DPI pictures after I edit them in iPhoto.

    Could someone explain to me why this happens? When iPhoto creates an iBook does the software increase the DPI of the pictures in the book up to 300 DPI?

    I need to print my pictures and my print shop has requested 300 DPI. I can increase to 300 using Graphic Converter but would prefer to increase from 180 to 300 rather than from 72 to 300.

    Jo Hauser

    DB:3.17:Editing In Iphoto Reduces Dpi From 180 To 72 f1

    Jo:

    Apple doesn't work with dpi. It works with total pixel dimensions. See Minimum Picture Resolution For Ordering Quality Prints. So if you're going to print a 4 x 6 and want 300 dpi your image size should be around 1200 pixels x 1800 pixels or thereabout. They will take that image file and squeeze it into 4 x 6 which will give your 300 dpi. If they took that same file and printed an 8 x 12 picture the dpi would be lowered to 150. So always think pixels and try to have the largest number of pixels possible in the cropped image.
    Do you Twango?
    TIP: For insurance against the iPhoto database corruption that many users have experienced I recommend making a backup copy of the Library6.iPhoto database file and keep it current. If problems crop up where iPhoto suddenly can't see any photos or thinks there are no photos in the library, replacing the working Library6.iPhoto file with the backup will often get the library back. By keeping it current I mean backup after each import and/or any serious editing or work on books, slideshows, calendars, cards, etc. That insures that if a problem pops up and you do need to replace the database file, you'll retain all those efforts. It doesn't take long to make the backup and it's good insurance.

    I've written an Automator workflow application (requires Tiger), iPhoto dB file backup, that will copy the selected Library6.iPhoto file from your iPhoto Library folder to the Pictures folder, replacing any previous version of it. You can download it at Toad's Cellar. Be sure to read the Read Me pdf file.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.17

    DB:3.17:Output To Cmyk Tiff Files?&Nbsp; 3 Questions In A Row j3


    Well,

    I'm beginning to fear that none of these 3 questions is possible in Aperture.
    .....
    My editors (magazines) really need CMYK TIFF files at 300dpi.
    And I don't want to use Photoshop aside Aperture.
    Then I might just as well use Photoshop alone!

    SO I need :
    - Chromatic abberation adjustments in Aperture,
    - Eyedropper tool (to check the RGB values)
    - CMYK and 300 dpi output.

    DB:3.17:Output To Cmyk Tiff Files?&Nbsp; 3 Questions In A Row j3

    You could also do it with Automator, as there is a very good set of Automator scripts for Photoshop here:

    http://www.completedigitalphotography.com/index.php?p=339

    So a little workflow that pulled stuff from Aperture and ran them through Photoshop, to generate final output, wouldn't be that tough to do.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.16

    DB:3.16:White Lines On Scanned Photos x7


    I scanned some photos using a Lexmark X75 at 300dpi selecting JPEG format and although they look fine in Preview, when I import them into iPhoto they have white lines on the right. If I up them to 1200 dpi the lines begin to fade but they are bigger files and take longer to scan. I've tried 300 dpi as TIFF and it's fine but again I don't need them to be such big files.
    Anybody know if there's anything I can do to make the 300 dpi JPEGS not have lines in iPhoto?
    Thanks.

    Powerbook Mac OS X (10.4.8) 1.5 Ghz, 1 Gb Ram 15"

    DB:3.16:White Lines On Scanned Photos x7

    Thanks for the advice Jack. Since posting my question I've actually moved and as I got the scanner free from a site called Freecycle and had no replies for quite some time, I decided to leave it with the people moving in who were quite thankful. I do have to go back that way in a month and am tempted to drop in and try your suggestion, just out of interest. I guess that also depends on whether they have drivers for Intel Macs as I've just switched to one. Unless I use Parallels to do it. If I do try that I'll let you know.
    Other than that I'll just have to get another scanner.

    Mark.

    MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.4.8) 15" 2.16 GHz 1 GB RAM

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.16

    DB:3.16:Tiff Decompressor Needed For Images Copied From Pdf? 9f


    I typed in "Tiff decompressor" into Photoshop's Help (which was no help as is common), and also did a forum search, but nothing came up.

    Before I go any further, a message to those who write Helps:

    i make sure that every term that is used within the program, including its error messages, is findable in Help.

    Some background: I'm generating a book that has lots of photos that are higher resolution than required for final print. I don't know of any way that I can resample them all to 300 dpi at final print size other than exporting to PDF. I don't want to print just yet. I want to resample all the images to reduce the total size of the book for archiving purposes. So I've exported all the chapters to PDF simply as a way of resampling all the images, then I can backup the PDFs and use those as the archive for the 300 dpi images.

    Problem: when I tried to get back an image from one of these PDFs, to make sure it was really 300 dpi, I did this:

    1. Selected the image in the PDF.

    2. Copied it.

    3. Opened a new document in Photoshop CS.

    4. Pasted.

    5. Got a message that said: "Quicktime and a Tiff (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture."

    Trusty Google, did a much better job of solving the problem. It turns out if I open Preview and then select File New From Clipboard, the image is imported into Preview from where I can save it as a Tiff image that PS is able to open.

    Q1: If Preview can do it, why can't PS. given that the image originally came from PS, went into InDesign, then to PDF... but it won't come back straight to PS. Why?

    Q2: How do I extract an image from a PDF and get it straight into PS?

    Q3: The image (when I do get it into PS via Preview) has been flattened. Is there any way to keep all the layers.

    Q4: Is there any way I can avoid all the above steps (InDesign PDF Preview PS) when all I want to do is extract all the images from an InDesign document, have them resampled to 300 dpi (not only downsampled; resampled preferably, up and down), and send them to a folder for archiving.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:Settings - 300 Dpi sp



    How do I change settings on my EOS Rebel T1i so that my photos are 300dpi? Most that I have taken are coming out 72 dpi

    DB:3.15:Settings - 300 Dpi sp


    DPI is meaningless in shooting digital images. What is important is the total resolution: In your case, 4272 x 2848, give or take.




    EOS 1Ds Mk III, EOS 1D Mk IV EF 50mm f1.2 L, EF 24-70mm f2.8 L,EF 70-200mm f2.8 L IS II, Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 EX APOPhotoshop CS6, ACR 8.7, Lightroom 5.7

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    DB:3.15:Saving Bufferedimage As 300 Dpi Tiff 1m


    Hi !

    I have a tiff image (300 dpi) which i read process (rotate, scale, apply icc profile ...) And when I save it (see below) it ends up in a 72dpi image ... I have browsed the forum and I see lots of people have problems with this issue, but I didn't find any answer :(

    Please help if you can :)

    Regards

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    How I Write The Image
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    OutputStream out = new SeekableOutputStream(new RandomAccessFile(Destination,"rw"));
    TIFFEncodeParam param3 = new TIFFEncodeParam();
    param3.setCompression(TIFFEncodeParam.COMPRESSION_DEFLATE);
    ImageEncoder encoder = ImageCodec.createImageEncoder("TIFF", out, param3);

    encoder.encode(GeneratedImage);
    out.close();
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    DB:3.15:Saving Bufferedimage As 300 Dpi Tiff 1m

    public class ris{
    public static void main(String args[]) throws IOException{
    final int XRES_TAG = 100;
    final int YRES_TAG = 100;
    int[] resolution = { 150, 1};

    String input = "C:/a/01.tiff";
    String output = "C:/a/nuovo.tiff";

    RenderedOp image1 = JAI.create("fileload", input);

    TIFFField xRes = new TIFFField(XRES_TAG, TIFFField.TIFF_RATIONAL, 1, new int[][] { resolution });
    TIFFField yRes = new TIFFField(YRES_TAG, TIFFField.TIFF_RATIONAL, 1, new int[][] { resolution });
    TIFFEncodeParam tep = new TIFFEncodeParam();

    tep.setExtraFields(new TIFFField[] { xRes, yRes});

    OutputStream out = new SeekableOutputStream(new RandomAccessFile(output,"rw"));
    tep.setCompression(TIFFEncodeParam.COMPRESSION_DEFLATE);
    ImageEncoder encoder = ImageCodec.createImageEncoder("TIFF", out, tep);

    encoder.encode(image1);
    out.close();

    }
    }

    i wrote the same codebut it throws this exception

    java.lang.ClassCastException
    at com.sun.media.jai.codec.TIFFField.getAsRationals(TIFFField.java:267)
    at com.sun.media.jai.codecimpl.TIFFImageEncoder.writeValues(TIFFImageEncoder.java:1804)
    at com.sun.media.jai.codecimpl.TIFFImageEncoder.writeDirectory(TIFFImageEncoder.java:1608)
    at com.sun.media.jai.codecimpl.TIFFImageEncoder.encode(TIFFImageEncoder.java:1436)
    at com.sun.media.jai.codecimpl.TIFFImageEncoder.encode(TIFFImageEncoder.java:161)
    at Image.immagini.ris.main(ris.java:35)
    Exception in thread "main"

    What could it be?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:3oo Dpi Jpeg Help js



    Help! I'm trying to export a 300 dpi jpeg from Illustrator CS6 for a vendor. However every time I check the Inspector settings it says 72 dpi.

    I'm exporting at 300 dpi and I've changed the Raster setting to 300 dpi as well. Why is it only outputting at 72??

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:How To Set Dpi Of Tiff Image 89


    Please help me.

    How to set DPI of TIFF image using Java/JAI?

    DB:3.15:How To Set Dpi Of Tiff Image 89

    Please help me.

    How to set DPI of TIFF image using Java/JAI?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:Office 2007: Print As Pdf Issue On Hi-Res Png Files a7


    It seems that Office 2007 (didn't try other versions) applications including Word, PowerPoint and Excel in our experiments have issues on working with high resolution PNG files inserted in the document! We added some 600 dpi PNG graphics and printed as
    PDF file using different engines such as CutePDF and XChange, however, the resulting PDFs are unacceptable. We tried then converting those to TIFF files with same resolution and surprisingly everything was perfect except that TIFF files are so huge! Nevertheless
    PDF output is very satisfying. Finally we tried 300 dpi PNG files and found it works as expected i.e., PDF are fine. So what is wrong with Office products dealing with PNG 600 dpi graphics?