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Date Posted: 06:44:33 09/26/01 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Line Screening
In reply to: Rich 's message, "Line Screening" on 11:53:31 09/25/01 Tue

Hi Rich,

LPI and DPI can get confusing but it is quite simple.

First start with the number of images you want your image to be, for example 5x8". Now say you need 70LPI, this makes the pixel dimensions, 350x560. Just use the TResizeTransform to make your graphic that dimension.

Best regards,


>Does anyone have a way to line screen an image. We
>send images to a company with a printing press and
>they want images "screened" to 70LPI and 106LPI.
>Several 3rd party programs do this conversion but we
>want to control it in our Delphi programs

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