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Difference between Web Resolution and Print Resolution

Discussion in 'Graphics & Multimedia' started by kellyrose, Sep 12, 2017.

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    Most of the people think that any kind of quality of design can give better quality print out, that is not correct. Because for print quality we have to use different resolution.
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    Is there any fixed for print related designs?
    No, it depends on type of print, machine, colors and their requirement. But most of the times designers will choose 300 resolutions in order to get high quality print. Some of the designers will use 90-250 as per their print quality.

    What about web resolution?
    Web resolution is always 72 only, it is fixed.

    This is just a brief fundamental idea which will be useful for graphic design experts and we should know this.

    If you have any other useful ideas, welcome.
     
    kellyrose, Sep 12, 2017 IP
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    kipson Active Member

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    Web resolution is upto 150dpi
    print resolution is more than 300dpi

    *dpi - Dot per Inch
     
    kipson, Oct 6, 2017 IP
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    For web resolution it the optimum is 72 ppi (pixels per inch)
    For Print it is 300 dpi (Dots per inch)

    The amount of pixels used in an image is referred to as ppi, or “pixels per inch”. What this tells us is the higher the pixels used in an image the more detail an image will have. Printed images, on the other hand are measured by dpi, or “dots per inch”. The reason for the distinction is that pixels are actually tiny squares, whereas, dots are…well…dots.
     
    K Padmapriya, Oct 8, 2017 IP
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    Web - 72 ppi (RGB mode)
    Print - 300 ppi (CMYK mode) because all the RGB mode colors can't be printed, its used for digital medias. CMYK colors can be printed.
     
    jerinjohn0692, Oct 11, 2017 IP
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    Also for printing, use CMYK color mode.
    For digital, use RGB mode.
     
    jerinjohn0692, Oct 11, 2017 IP