PPI (Pixels Per inch)


Pixels per inch (PPI) is a measure of the resolution of a digital image, specifically the density of pixels.

High PPI means more pixels are packed into each inch, resulting in greater detail and clarity in the final printed output.

For print, a higher PPI (generally 300 or more) is desired to ensure a sharp, clear image.

Related terms

DPI (Dots Per Inch)

Related support guides

Resolution Guide


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