Resize - maximum output size ?
Hi, I'm trying to find the maximum pixel width that Resize can output to, but can't find that anywhere in the docs. Does anyone have that info please ? Is it the same as Photoshop, with a 300,000 x 300,000 pixel limit ?
I need to upscaled from 210,000 to 300,000 for a project.
I would suggest you just give it a try and see what happens.0
From page 222 in the User Guide:
Understanding Resize AI: How Big Can I Print?
People often ask how big you can print with ON1 Resize AI. The simple answer is this: if your original photo is sharp, with good details and little noise, you can print almost as big as you desire. The limitations are the size of your printer or the capacity of your computer to work with large file sizes. In practice, however, even the largest prints are rarely more than 400 percent larger than the original photo.
There is more info there you might find helpful.0
Thanks Brian. I wasn't very clear ! This is not for a print, it is for a large Gigapixel image that will be hosted and you will be able to explore. As such the pixel dimensions are important, as against the resolution.
As I dont own Resize as yet, I'm hoping to get the answer to its max pixel output size to establish it if will work for the project.
The only answer I can give you I already have. Check out the Resize section of the Photo RAW User Guide or get the ON1 Resize AI manual and see what it has to say.
People often ask how big you can print with ON1 Resize AI. The simple answer is this: if your original photo is sharp, with good details and little noise, you can print almost as big as you desire.
It does not matter if the output is for printing or other purposes. The program doesn't care what happens to the file after it has been resized and exported to that size.0
I'm not clear weather you own photo raw or not, resize AI plugin is the same as resize in photo raw. If you don't have either, just download the 14 day trial and give it a shot like Brian suggested.0
Thanks again for your help. Fortunately support have been in touch to confirm the max file output size ( and also confirm that it is not published).0
Would you care to share that with us?0
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