DPI (Dots Per Inch)
DPI, or Dots Per Inch, is a measurement of print resolution that indicates the number of individual dots a printer can produce within a linear one-inch space.
A higher DPI indicates greater detail and sharpness in the printed image.
It's a key consideration when assessing print quality, with high-resolution images requiring higher DPI settings.
DPI should not be confused with PPI (pixels per inch), which refers to screen resolution rather than print quality.
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