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Ken wrote:
>Hold on - thanks to you all, maybe I DO understand this.  If scanned
>at 72 dpi, even a 4x6 print would need quite a bit of interpolation to
>get it up to a good screen size, ergo crap.    Is that correct?

6"x4" at 72dpi gives you 432 x 238 pixels.  That's half of an 800x600 pixel
screen.  Define "good screen size". :)  I think what most people are saying
is that it's easier to resample to a smaller number of pixels and get a
good result than it is to resample to a larger size.  Averaging (or whatever
;) pixels is easier than inventing them. :)

Remember a lot of people in the world still run their computers in 640x480
or even less in the case of some Macs.  So a "good screen size" on your
computer might be hard to work with on someone else's.  Then again - it
depends on your expected market!

Rob


Rob Geraghty harper@wordweb.com
http://wordweb.com






 




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