Optimized scaling

ill sans's picture

Does anyone know if there's a certain way to enhance pictures (non-vector) for an optimized result? I just heard this from a friend who claims there are specified steps to follow when scaling an image to optain the best result possible. He thought there was a 144% involved in the process, but he wasn't sure.
Does anyone have any information on this?

hrant's picture

Where's the type?

hhp

ill sans's picture

Nowhere in this thread, but since a lot of people on here work in graphic design, maybe someone would know. In my defence; I did post it in the 'general' forum ;-)

Frode Bo Helland's picture

Perfect Resize 7, formerly called Genuine Fractals.

bojev's picture

Frank is right - I have been using Perfect Resize formerly Genuine Fractals for years and it is a great product to up sample images to achieve optimized results. It can easily take an 72dpi image to 200dpi or 300dpi with very good results.

ill sans's picture

Thanks! I'll have to look it up!

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