Fresco Export 300 DPI image

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Oct 27, 2019 Oct 27, 2019

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Hi,

 

I love the new Fresco app! I'm starting to work on a children book, but before I go too far, I'd like to know if I'll be able to export my art at 300dpi and above for printing if I get the paid version. I tried exporting a png, but Photoshop tells me it's only 72dpi which is way too low for printing.

 

Thanks so much for your help guys!

 

Roxsy

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 29, 2019 Oct 29, 2019
What size does it show in terms of inches or Points when it says its 72 DPI?   Sometimes apps will do that,  but in terms of points or images,  its large enough that when you change the DPI to the desired DPI,  it changes the size to what you were wanting it to be (i.e. a 4x5 300 DPI image would show up as a 16.67 x 20.883 72 DPI image,  but if you change the resolution to 300 without resampling, it'll turn it back into a 4x5 300 DPI image without losing any quality) 

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What size does it show in terms of inches or Points when it says its 72 DPI?   Sometimes apps will do that,  but in terms of points or images,  its large enough that when you change the DPI to the desired DPI,  it changes the size to what you were wanting it to be (i.e. a 4x5 300 DPI image would show up as a 16.67 x 20.883 72 DPI image,  but if you change the resolution to 300 without resampling, it'll turn it back into a 4x5 300 DPI image without losing any quality) 

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