Does anyone know how one would be able to replicate photoshop's resolution option? I normally do not mess around with resolution.. but recently.. I changed the resolution value accidentally and had some pretty astounding results.
For those of you who have never used photoshop before.. the resolution option simply increases the number of pixels that are within every inch of a document. Ex: If a document started off displaying only 200 pixels per inch.. increasing the resolution would increase the number of pixels that are displayed in every inch.. from 200.. to say around 500 (for example) .
The only reason why anyone would actually want to display more pixels in every inch, is because the the more pixels that are displayed per inch.. the more detail will be captured/displayed in a given image (or at least that's the logic).
My question is.. exactly how would I go about increasing the number of pixels that are/will be displayed within every inch of a given document/or image my program creates?
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