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The horizontal size is defined by the number of pixels in a single row say 1, and the number of rows say 1,giving the image a horizontal orientation.

That picture would have a resolution of 1, 1, pixels yes, some years ago, there were digital cameras around with such a low resolution. This is not a physical size yet.

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You could, for example, display this image on a 17" display it would comfortably fill most such displays with each pixel of the image representing one pixel of the LCD monitor. It would probably have a display dimension of roughly The size of the image displayed is dependent on the number of pixels the monitor displays per inch. The pixel per inch resolutions ppi of monitors vary, and are usually in the range of 72 ppi to ppi the latter, larger 21" monitors.

In most cases, however, with monitors the resolution is given as the number of pixels horizontally and vertically e. So the size of an image very much depends on how many pixels are displayed per inch. Thus, we come to a resolution given in pixels per inch or ppi for short. With LCD monitors, their ppi resolution is fixed and cant be adjusted at least not without a loss of display quality.


With CRT monitors you have more flexibility we wont go into this further. When an image is printed, its physical size Epson GT-20000 Scanner ICM Color Profile Module upon how many image pixels we put down on paper, but also how an individual image pixel is laid down on the paper. How Image Pixels are Reproduced by Printer Dots There are only a few printing technologies where a printer can directly pro-duce a continuous color range within an individual image pixel printed. Most other types of printers reproduce the color of a pixel in an image by approximating the color by an n n matrix of fine dots using a specific pat-tern and a certain combination of the basic colors available to the printer. With bitonal images, that is easy. If the pixel value is 0, you lay down a black printed dot, and if the pixel value is 1, you omit the dot.

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However, if the pixel has a gray value say out ofand you print with a black-and-white laser printer just to make the expla-nation a bit simplerwe must fi nd a diff erent way. Th is technique is called rasterization or dithering.

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To simulate diff erent tonal values lets just stick to Epson GT-20000 Scanner ICM Color Profile Module for the momenta number of printed dots are placed in a certain pattern on the paper to reproduce a single pixel of the image. In a low-resolution solu-tion, we could use a matrix of 3 printed dots by 3 printed dots per pixel. Using this scheme, we could produce 10 diff erent gray values, as may be seen in fi gure With a pattern of 6 6 dots, you get 37 tonal grades, with a 16 16 pattern, tonal grades, which is suffi cient.


For a better diff erentia-tion lets call the matrix of printer dots representing a pixel of the image a raster cell. Now we see why a printers dot per inch dpi resolution has to be much higher than the resolution of a display where a single dot on a screen may be used to reproduce a single pixel in an Epson GT-20000 Scanner ICM Color Profile Module, as the indi-vidual screen dot also called a pixel may have diff erent tonal or bright-ness values.

When you print with a device using relatively low resolution for gray-scale or colored images, you must make a trade-off between a high resolu-tion image having as many raster cells per inch as possible and larger raster cells providing greater tonal value per cell. Th e image impression may be improved when the printer is able to vary the size of its dots. If the dot size can be varied also called modulatedfewer numbers of dots n x n are needed to create a certain number of diff erent tonal values, which results in a fi ner raster. Th is technique allows more tonal values from a fi xed raster cell size. Bi-tonal means that there are only two colors in your image: Diff erent tonal values simulated by a pattern of single printed dots Enlarged printing raster of the eagles eye in Epson GT-20000 Scanner ICM Color Profile Module printed imageFigure Th e dithering Epson GT-20000 Scanner ICM Color Profile Module pattern is less visible and more photo-like, when the pattern is not the same for all raster cells having the same tonal values, but is modifi ed from raster cell to raster cell in some random way this is called stochastic dithering.

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What are Lines Per Inch? Using the technique described here to simulate diff erent tonal pixel values, the rows of dots are not laid down exactly one below the other, rather the rows are slightly off set from one another. Th ese macro-dots form a sort of line across an area. Raster cells and lines are not directly placed adjacent to each other, but have a slight gap in most cases. In black color, these lines are normally placed at an angle of When printing in color, a raster cell not only consists of a Epson GT-20000 Scanner ICM Color Profile Module color pattern, but the pattern process is repeated for all the basic primary colors found in the print.

But that didn't solve the problem either. contains the ICM Color Profile Module Update v for Windows XP, XP bit, Vista bit and Vista bit. This update corrects possible issues with Epson's. Home Support Scanners GT Series Epson GT Error While Adding.

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