We want to walk you through every step of the process, and that includes staying on the same page with some of our more common industry terms.

  • Pixelation: A phenomenon in bitmap images that results from insufficient resolution or over-enlargement. Individual pixels become visible – especially on the edges of objects – creating a stair-stepped or jagged look.
  • Resolution: The number of dots/pixels per unit of measure to form an image. This is calculated per inch. Proper printing resolution calls for 300 dpi (dots per inch) at 100% of the final size. This number should always be kept in scale.
  • Vector: Vector based drawings, such as Illustrator files, build images by using mathematical formulas to describe points, lines and shapes. This is unlike scans, which depend on proper resolution for realistic rendering. Vector graphics are resolution independent and can be enlarged to any size without loss of quality. In short, if you scanned it, it’s not vector-based.

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