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[filmscanners] Re: Sharpening and JPEG/TIFF (was: Colorspaces for different purposes)

At 08:42 PM 6/9/2002,  wrote:
> > If this same image was used for web, you would first downsample it to
> > 72dpi, then unsharp mask it for appropriate level of crispness at that
> > resolution.
>While I agree with what you say, the reason for it is wrong. "72dpi" has
>no meaning for
>screen viewing. Only the pixel dimensions are relevant. Screens don't know
>"dpi" or
>"ppi". They only show pixels.

Yes, sorry; I rewrote that part and looks like left out the obvious. Should
have said: "first downsample it to the pixel dimensions you need".  --Sami

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