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high resolution

Postby S Weaver » Sat Jun 24, 2017 7:15 pm

How do you save an edited image in the highest resolution possible?

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Re: high resolution

Postby eadams » Sun Jun 25, 2017 10:55 am

To my knowledge, the pixel size of an image edited with SPE isn't reduced upon saving unless you tell the program to resize the image. This means that after you save your image, you will have the same pixel size and resolution that the image had before it was edited.

One potential problem might be if you use an effect that adds a texture or background to your image that is smaller than your original image. According to user Andrew Buchanan (who created a few thousand effects over a period of several years and who is the author of the wonderful Artyfacts blog http://andrewbuchanan.smartphotoeditor.com/) the texture images he uses for his effects generally have a width of between 3000 to 3500 pixels at 300 dots per inch.

If your own image is considerably larger than that, you will experience a stretching of the texture/background to make it fit the size of your image. This will mean a quality loss in the texture or background.

These comments may not be relevant for your question, but it is the only thing that I could think of.

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