Re: [NTLK] Mapper ideal/max map size/resolution?

From: Michael J. Hu▀mann (michael_at_michael-hussmann.de)
Date: Thu Jun 26 2003 - 14:39:08 PDT


Tom McDougal (tmcdougal_at_newted.org) wrote:

> When making a map, what resolution should I use? How big can the map be
> before it starts getting reduced?

I am not aware of Mapper doing any reduction, but then I've only ever
dealt with images set to a nominal resolution of 72 dpi. Maybe Mapper
reduces images set to a higher resolution? (Mapper itself certainly
doesn't, but maybe the Newton's QuickDraw routines do.)

> I scanned a map at at the lowest resolution I could, 100 ppi.

The optimal scan resolution depends on the amount of detail you want to
capture. Afterwards, you should set the nominal resolution to 72 dpi.

- Michael

Michael J. Hussmann

E-mail: michael_at_michael-hussmann.de
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