November 08, 2004
How do I find the dpi of a jpeg?

"how do i find jpeg dpi" asked the visitor. The answer is in Gisle Hannemyr's excellent "Pixel FAQ": use Photoshop or a similar photo editing tool. In Photoshop, go to the following menu option: Image->Image Size.

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I recommend the FREE image editing program IrfanView. It's small and fast and can do lots of stuff Photoshop does and finding the DPI is easy too. There are also plugins available for more functionaliy. Overall this program is on my top 5 list of windows software (perhaps only topped by Total Commander)

Posted by: Agnar Ødegård on November 10, 2004 02:39 AM
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