Image resolution for 20 foot wide trade show booth

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I purchased an image that I'd like to use as a background on my twenty-foot wide trade show booth background.  The .jpg image I purchased is stock #37500680 and is 5600 x 2800 px.   Will this work?  Should I see if a vector graphic of this image is available?

Hi Ross,

To determine the dpi (px/inch) of a screen: Calculate the screen resolution (width x height in pixels). Determine the size of your screen in one direction (width or height). Now divide the pixels (in width or height) by inches (in width or height)

Also, if you want to license a vector image, dpi will not affect as vector files are of highest resolution and do not pixelate.

Hope this information helps!

Let us know if you have any further query.

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Twarita

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Image resolution for 20 foot wide trade show booth

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I purchased an image that I'd like to use as a background on my twenty-foot wide trade show booth background.  The .jpg image I purchased is stock #37500680 and is 5600 x 2800 px.   Will this work?  Should I see if a vector graphic of this image is available?

Hi Ross,

To determine the dpi (px/inch) of a screen: Calculate the screen resolution (width x height in pixels). Determine the size of your screen in one direction (width or height). Now divide the pixels (in width or height) by inches (in width or height)

Also, if you want to license a vector image, dpi will not affect as vector files are of highest resolution and do not pixelate.

Hope this information helps!

Let us know if you have any further query.

Regards,

Twarita

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Hi Ross,

The image that you have purchased will not be useful for the work you are trying to achieve. 5600*2800px JPEG would pixelate completely when used for a 20-foot wide trade show booth.

I would also agree that a vector file will be helpful in this scenario.

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional query.

Regards,

Twarita

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Is this image available as a vector file?

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Ross,

Unfortunately, the image ID shared above is not available as a vector file, however, there are a lot many available online.

Feel free to Contact Customer Care for any help or information.

Thanks

Kanika

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Sorry to keep asking questions - not an expert.  Can you tell me what the dpi is of the image  #37500680 that I purchased?

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Hi Ross,

To determine the dpi (px/inch) of a screen: Calculate the screen resolution (width x height in pixels). Determine the size of your screen in one direction (width or height). Now divide the pixels (in width or height) by inches (in width or height)

Also, if you want to license a vector image, dpi will not affect as vector files are of highest resolution and do not pixelate.

Hope this information helps!

Let us know if you have any further query.

Regards,

Twarita

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