Photoshop :: Pixel Dimensions In CS2

May 3, 2008

I opened a jpg image in PS CS2, and opened the Image size panel. I found the following: Width 2304 px., height 1728 px., doc size 32" x 24" at 72 px/in, and Pixel Dimensions 11.4M.

Can anyone explain the relationship of the pixel dimensions to the other data, i.e., how the pixel dimensions are calculated.


Photoshop :: How Pixel Dimensions Calculated

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In this panel the pixel dimensions show is 4,50M . I would like to know How the "Pixel Dimensions" is calculate ? This 4,50M confuse me because my file size is 1,2M.

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How do I get the 1/4" to show?  I have selected the feature and still get these results.

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