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Date Posted: 21:09:03 01/05/03 Sun
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: TTifGraphic lower dots per inch but file size never changes
In reply to: Ray Ferretti 's message, "TTifGraphic lower dots per inch but file size never changes" on 14:08:09 01/02/03 Thu

Hi Ray,

This is normal. Changing the resolution values does not change the physical file dimensions. The resolution values are only used when printing to print at the original size.

If you want to change the image dimensions, use the TResizeTransform before saving the image.

Best regards,


>Original file has 300 dpi and I save the new file with
>90 the file size never changes and both files look the
>Am I doing something wrong?
>tif := TTiffGraphic.Create;
>tif.XDotsPerInch := 90;
>tif.YDotsPerInch := 90;

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