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[edited by: limbo at 12:43 pm (utc) on Jan 6, 2013]
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...many screens cannot render images at high dpi resolution.
If you can cut the bitdepth to 256 colors or less, use png and/or gif. (Different argument here ;))
You would not think anything could be bigger than a png, but these ran several megabytes each.
....which one is better and what are their differences?
'the average person' has difficulty seeing the difference of images above 300 dpi.
I've read that 'the average person' has difficulty seeing the difference of images above 300 dpi.
Come to think of it, I have no idea what my monitor's physical resolution is.
My first computer was 72-- black and white,
Currently the DPI setting in your OS has no relevance to the actual DPI setting being displayed.