Photoshop :: Convert Low Resolution Image To High Resolution

Aug 25, 2007

I am a Photoshop newbie and I have a series of graphics (all 72dpi from a website) that I would like to print in 300dpi. Is it possible to take a 72dpi .jpeg or .gif file and easily convert it to a higher resolution printable graphic? If Photoshop can't do it, is there any type of program that can?

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Photoshop :: Convert High Resolution To Low In Bulk?

Mar 6, 2012

I have been doing this 1 by 1 for the first 100 photos and I now have a headache. I am doing this 1 by 1, anyway that I can do this way more easier? I am just converting from high to low res. Image size, changing "Bicubic Sharper" to "convert to profile" "sRGB IEC61966-2.1" then to "8RGB".

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Nov 17, 2012

I'm trying to create a high resolution version of a low resolution texture used in a game. I've found a pattern that I think is acceptable, from a real image.Now the question is this: how can I colorize the large image to that it is as resemblant as possible to the original one? I've tryed a simple colorize, but the result is not so good...

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Oct 23, 2004

i have some big .jpgs with low resolution say 10x10 inch at 72dpi.

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Mar 7, 2012

I'm trying to convert Excel graphs into high resolution tiffs. I am saving the graph as an .eps file and opening it in Photoshop. This worked for a few graphs, then all of a sudden Photoshop started opening the .eps file such that it was shifted and only part of the image was showing up (the rest cannot be seen and is just cut off).

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Photoshop :: High Resolution Image In CS5

Dec 5, 2012

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Apr 17, 2012

I've tried inserting a table from Excel into Photoshop and making a jpeg and gif out of it, but when I upload it to the web the resolution is terrible. How I can make get a table into an image? It's a bit too complex to create with HTML.

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Photoshop :: Increasing Physical Dimensions Of High Resolution Image?

Mar 14, 2012

I have an image that I want to use in a video, though it is not physically large enough to fill the 1920 x 1080 dimensions of the video, though it has a 300ppi resolution and video only needs 72ppi. How do I take advantage of the fact that it is high resolution image, and increase the physical dimensions of the image? Is there a way to do this?.

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Photoshop :: Keeping High Resolution At Smaller Image Size!

Sep 26, 2006

i have a client who needs a big image (2000x2830) resizing to 595x842 and saving to a .pdf file and still keeping its high quality resolution even when its zoomed in on.
So far i have resized the image (just using IMAGE-IMAGE SIZE and put in the numbers 595x842) but it has lost its quality when zoomed in although it does look good at 100% but i need it to look good even at 500-600%.

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AutoCad :: Creating High Resolution Image From DWG

Nov 27, 2012

i am doing some artistic designing with AutoCAD 2013 and would like to create high resolution images from the drawing in order to make large high quality prints. i have found some tutorials on google but they all refer to accessing the 'Add a plotter wizard' in the tools menu but i do not see that option here in AutoCAD 2013. in fact, i can't seem to find any plot settings anywhere. i remember in the old AutoCAD you could go to the file menu and select 'plot' from there.

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Illustrator :: CS6 - Creating High-resolution 3D Wrapped Image

Nov 13, 2012

I'm having extreme trouble creating a high-res 3d wrapped image.  Here [URL] .... is the image. 
You can see that the 3d rendering is only a few points, all smooth curves.  My raster effects settings are high (CMYK 300PPI).  The symbol image that I've wrapped is a 300PPI JPG file created from Photoshop, saved as a JPG, then placed and embedded in AI.  Yet that text is atrocious.  You can even clearly see the poor anti-aliasing colors that are going on.  Several letters are not able to be read at all.
I've tried rasterizing the object using high res settings, anti-alias on and off.  I've tried copy/pasting as a smart object into Photoshop.  I've tried almost everything I can think of and I can't get this text to appear crisp on the bottle.  It's a simple bottle, only 4 or so points and there are only 3 possible surfaces to map.  I deliberately drew it that way to reduce any drag on the system.  I'm on a 2009 iMac running Mountain Lion and 16GB RAM, i5.
This issue has plagued me honestly for months and I always end up doing a significant amount of retouching in Photoshop because of it.  I'd like to create a crisp 3d wrap in AI if possible to hasten my workflow.
Maybe the answer is that AI isn't really suited and I need to look into a more dedicated 3d program.

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Photoshop Elements :: Why Is High Resolution Image Pixelating When Dragged Onto Smaller Canvas

Aug 3, 2013

I have an image (1200mm x 1200mm) very sharp and crisp. (A photo that i have worked on and has lots of detail) I drag this image onto a canvas size of 150mm x150mm - and the image loses all of its sharpness. It is not apparent until i zoom in to see the detail. (PSE10) I'm sure that there is a box somewhere to tick..........but i cannot find it.
when i drag it over, it is still the large size, so i grab the grips/handles and shrink to fit, then it pixelates?

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GIMP :: High Resolution File - JPEG Image Plug-in Could Not Save Image

Aug 18, 2011

So I am making digital color prints at 24x30. the photography work is about color fields and gradients, so I need super high res files. I have set the size to 24000x30000 pix at 1000 my problem, when i go to save the gimp file as a jpeg i get this error message "JPEG image plug-in could not save image"

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AutoCad :: PDF With High Resolution Image Huge File Size

Jan 14, 2014

I am trying to export PDFs of drawings with a high resolution image covering almost an entire A1. I realize of course that the file will be very large but it is much larger than I feel it should, and there are also some discrepancies.

The original image is around 100 MB, but only about half is visible in the viewport, so the PDF should be around 50 MB if there is no compression (only negligible amounts of text and lines besides the image), however if I plot it to a PDF using Adobe PDF, setting the resolution to 300 dpi and medium JPEG compression the resulting file is 150 MB. If I choose 72 dpi and low JPEG compression the file looks very bad and compressed but is still around 40 MB in size. This is far too large considering the amount of compression visible in the image, it looks like a 500 KB file tops.

However if I use the DWG to PDF printer instead of the Adobe PDF I can get a very good looking file at around 2,5 MB. Very suitable for printing, but the compression shows if you look up close in the computer (which is a requirement for these files). The odd thing here is that it makes no difference what resolution I set it to, 150 DPI to 1200 DPI creates the same looking file at exactly the same size. I'd like to be able to create a 2,5 MB file to email and a very high quality file for archivation, but not 150 MB large.

Another odd thing is that if I print another file but with the same type of image (a different facade) with 1200 DPI I get a very high quality file of 40 MB, but if I repeat the exact steps and settings for the first file I end up with a 150 MB file. Of course some differences in the image would account for some of this, but not nearly of this magnitude. I deleting everything from the large file and copying in the content from the small file, and successfully printed a 40 MB file again, so there doesn't seem to be some setting or bug in the file I am printing from, rather something in the original file with the image that I have Xref'ed.

How I would go about creating a very high quality file that doesn't bloat up way more than the original image? A 40 MB file is great considering the images are huge, but I can't get this result consistently.

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Mar 17, 2013

I realize the nature of my question maybe asking the impossible, but I have a low res image I downloaded from the internet, placed in an InDesign page, blew it up and printed it out. I was going for the distressed look that it has, it looks ok when I print it out considering it's low res and I blew it up fairly large. However, it's a little too pixelated to look professional when printed. Are they any tricks or things I can do to make it look higher res for print. I've attached the image as well as a screenshot of the InDesign file so you can see it in context.

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May 31, 2011

I have been trying to save an image at 1200 dpi. The image turns solid black.

I had this problem once before (months ago). I know it has something to do with the Resource Consumption settings (i.e. Edit -> Preferences -> Environment - > Resource Consumption).

I got it figured out before but I reloaded Gimp on my computer so the settings went back to default. It has something to do with increasing the cache size or the total new image size or something. I can't remember.

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Aug 13, 2013

I'm trying to create a high-res desktop background image (1680 x 1050) with a gradient-fill, but the "steps" between the color changes in the background are obvious and I'd like them to be smoothed out. I know that the fill steps are much smoother when a shape is smaller, but I want this to be high-quality and sharp at full size.

Can the "steps" be adjusted to be smaller, or is there a better way I could go about achieving a smoother fill?

Here's an illustration of what I'm talking about. Hopefully it's obvious enough up on this image (you may have to view it full size):

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Apr 15, 2013

I want to convert an image from it's current resolution of about 72 pixels per inch to 600 dpi. How is that done? This project is for a corporation seal which measures 1.5 inches per side. The stamp maker needs a .jpg at 600 dpi.

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Photoshop :: From Low To High Resolution

Nov 26, 2007

I created a graphic to use on the web (72 dpi), client called and now they want to print it postcard size so they can mail it out. The Original image is 480 x 611.

Most of it is just text and a few rectangle marquee boxes to give color. There are three pictures used. What's the quickest way to replicate this? can I just create a new document at 300dpi and drag all my layers(except the pictures) into it from the low res one or do I have to recreate everything?

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Photoshop :: Saving High Resolution PNG In CS6?

Sep 13, 2012

I just installed CS6 and am trying to save a high resolution PNG in Photoshop. When I go to File > Save As there is no longer a PNG option available. How do I save a high resolution png?

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Photoshop :: High Resolution PDF Gets Striped

Mar 17, 2005

Well, now to my Q. My wife works in a print shop and she has been working with PS for a few months. And now she stumbled upon a problem. As the heroic husband I am I promised to help her out. Now, gathering the forces of good I hope for a happy end...(yes I just saw the Incredibles)

She creates a gradient from 0% black to 100% black. The area is an A4 (210x297 mm). When she save this image as a high-resolution PDF the gradient gets striped. Both when viewed and when sent to the rip. Are there any secrets yet to be revealed about the PDF export?

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Photoshop :: CS4 With A High Resolution Screen

Jan 10, 2009

I am running CS4 on an 8 processor, 3 GHz machine with an nvidia fx3700 and a screen that offers 2600 x 1900 resolution. With all this power, the package is much slower than CS3 on a lap top. One can actually see the action of one's paintbrush trailing centimetres behind the cursor.

Well, we can perhaps live with this, with the leaping menu bar and the many other oddities until Adobe fix the thing. However, what isa truly hard to accept is that it is impossible to resize the tool icons, symbols on the tool bars, silly menu stud-type things of floating menu items so as to allow work at high resolution. Drop down menus follow what we have told Windows to apply, and are thus legible. Anything in the application GUI is, however, invisibly small at 2600 x 1900, Even MS Office 2000 - ten years old - allows you to resize the icons and tools, for heavens sake, but it appears that a modern package that is aimed explicitly at people who work with images cannot do so. It all seems deeply retrograde, an instance where 'new' equals 'worse'.

Perhaps I have missed something: so does anyone know how to resize the various menus and tools so that they can be read without a magnifying glass?

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Oct 20, 2005

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I need to save my .psd file in a really high resolution of .gif image.

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Photoshop :: How To Create High Resolution Graphics

Jun 19, 2013

I'm working on a graphic image, but I'm using a bit of photography in it. My problem is that the .jpg I get from the Save as, is not large enough. If I had to start all over, should I create a larger document or is it alright to enlarge the image size and the graphical element itself?

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What can I do to make them bigger?

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Oct 26, 2005

Just scanned an image at 600dpi resolution, is it ok for printing a 2' x 1' image from a studio ? or should I go for high resolution ? + There is some dust at that resolution so how can I get rid of it ?Thanx waiting for your replies.

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I started a thread on Windows/ Photoshop entitled "CS4 with a high resolution screen". People have replied to this, according to e-mail direct response. However, it is not on the list of forums, and neither does it appear on 'search'.

To repeat: we have a high resolution HP LP 3065 screen, which supports up to 2560 x 1600 pixels. At this resolution, images are still less than print size, but CS4 is essentially unusable because the menu text and other icons do not scale. Does anyone know if it is possible to manage this silly interface to allow the user to see what they are doing? Is there even a visual disability option? Even MS Office 2000 - ten years old - allows "large icons".

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While asking another question, I discovered problem I'm having when I save .jpgs. tested this with several images now.When I save an image, it always gets HEAVIER, even if I save it at an image quality of "5" instead of my usual "12."
Attached is a donkey. It's 200px wide and 53k.When I saved it, changing nothing the name, using "baseline standard" and a quality of "5," it STILL becomes 127k. then I tried to save it to another folder, using a quality of 0, as in ZERO, and it became 123k.

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