User story #1623
better quality for images (screenshots)
|Assignee:||Matthieu CERDA||% Done:|
In PDF output, current images are now defined as 150 dpi pictures. With 300 dpi they look out to small.
With 300 dpi pictures, output would look greater.
#1 Updated by Fabrice FLORE-THÉBAULT over 4 years ago
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On my laptop, when i take screenshots, the produced file is OK to be printed at 150 dpi in the PDF output.
To set print resolution of the picture i did following : Open in GIMP, set picture print size from 72dpi to 150dpi and save.
If I set the resolution to 300dpi (which would give the best output), images are to small and unreadable.
If I omit to set the resolution, images are printed with a 72dpi output, which is very pixellised.
For now, i will continue to take screenshots and change resolution to 150 dpi.
Maybe a screenshot session on a high resolution screen would produce better quality images ?
Someone who can take this in charge just before release, when we know every images that are necessary ?
#9 Updated by Matthieu CERDA almost 4 years ago
- Status changed from Pending technical review to In progress
- Assignee changed from Fabrice FLORE-THÉBAULT to Matthieu CERDA
- % Done changed from 100 to 90
This is OK, but the dependencies installation were not updated : it should now include imagemagick as well ! I'll do it.