A pixel, short for "picture element", is the smallest unit of a digital image. When many pixels are arranged in a grid, they form a complete image.

In the context of digital printing, the resolution, measured in pixels per inch (PPI), greatly influences the print's quality.

The more pixels there are in an image, the higher its resolution, resulting in a clearer, more detailed print.

Related support guides

Resolution Guide


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