Dots Per Inch (DPI, or dpi) is a measure of the spatial printing or video dot density, namely the number of dots that can be placed on a line within one inch. More commonly referred to as 'resolution', DPI helps printers and designers measure the clarity of an image. A clearer image will have a higher DPI, while a lower-resolution image will have a lower DPI. If you require assistance in choosing the right DPI for your image, and require print or design services, try Dark Horse or Worldwide.
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