MissDirections Posted June 25, 2012 Share Posted June 25, 2012 Hi. I am planning to get some photos printed on vinyl wallpaper. The physical dimensions of the wall paper will be 1300mm x 2500mm and as I am ordering it online, there is an upload restriction of 8MB (file formats allowed are .pdf .jpg and .zip). I would like to collage multiple images to create my wallpaper and plan to resize and edit each image before collating them in one large image. Then I will resize that image to be the final one (if that makes sense). What I want to know is, is there any simple way to work out what my final image's pixel width and height will need to be to fit the 8MB restriction? I have no idea what the printing dpi is, the website only indicates that images should be 'at least 4MB for good quality'...which means nothing. Ideally I would like to work with a starting image with 4x or 16x the pixels so it resizes nicely...I just don't know where to start. Any help would be greatly appreciated :-) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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