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Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by Loser120588, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. macrumors member

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    #1
    I need help fast i need to Convert some pictures quality from 72DPI to 300DPI and i am running Photoshop 7 and have no clue how to do this can some one help me out and fast THANKS:confused:
     
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    thebiggoose

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    #2
    you can o it...but it wont increase the qualtiy. you can't create pixels that weren't already there unless its vector.
     
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    After G

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    #3
    Find the Image Size dialog. (in one of the menus)
    Uncheck "resample image" and change "resolution" from 72 to 300.
    Won't increase number of pixels, though.
     
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    heehee

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    #4
    What he said. You can't "add" something that's not there.
     
  5. macrumors member

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    #5
    You can however lessen the impact of the resizing by making the adjustment in lots of small increments with bicubic sampling. Won't make a huge difference, but it's often better than not.
     

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