Resolution

This lets you change the resolution values of the image. Some applications use these values to determine at what size an image is displayed.

 

Resolution Select either Custom resolution, Screen resolution or one of the fixed resolutions your image should get.

 

Custom This will let you specify the resolution using the Custom Resolution controls.

Screen This will use the resolution of your display adapter.

72 DPI This will set the resolution to 72 dots/inch (2835 pixels/meter)

150 DPI This will set the resolution to 150 dots/inch (5906 pixels/meter)

300 DPI This will set the resolution to 300 dots/inch (11811 pixels/meter)

600 DPI This will set the resolution to 600 dots/inch (23622 pixels/meter)

1200 DPI This will set the resolution to 1200 dots/inch (47244 pixels/meter)

 

Custom Resolution If Custom is selected, these controls are enabled and you can specify the new resolution of the image in DPI (dots/inch) or PPM (pixels/meter).

 

Keep Proportional If checked, the vertical and horizontal resolution values will be interlinked; the horizontal resolution will automatically change as you change the vertical resolution and vice versa. If you uncheck it, it is possible for you to alter the resolutions independently.