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Re: Sizing still images for video

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Dave BarryRe: Sizing still images for video
by on Mar 5, 2005 at 5:30:37 pm

I always start with the largest, highest quality scan I can possibly have any use for, then you only have to scan it once, you can always size it down. I normally use 300 ppi, but because you are sizing the image to pixels ie. 800 x 600 or whatever, I have not really seen any difference in the final video with a scan done at 150 ppi or 300 ppi -


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