The ability to reproduce text and graphics with clarity and fineness of detail. High resolution is provided by a large number of pixels (dots) to create the image. In the case of monitor screens, resolution is described by the total number of pixels in both horizontal and vertical dimensions (e.g., 480 × 640). In printing, resolution is defined by the number of dots per inch (dpi) that the printed piece contains (e.g., 300 to 600 dpi for a laser or ink-jet printer). High resolution is also termed hi-res. See also DOTS PER INCH GRAPHIC IMAGESETTER LOW RESOLUTION PIXEL PIXELS PER INCH RESOLUTION TEXT
In monitors and printers, a description of high-quality output; resolution refers to the sharpness and detail of the image.
Imagery that affords a high degree of definition and detail of the area observed. [Return
An adjective that describes a higher number of dots per inch ( DPI) relative to some other resolution. Currently, laser printers and scanners have 1200 DPI while monitors often have 1600 x 1200 DPI.
Increasing the dots or pixels to create a better quality image. Also referred to as high res.
Refers to a high pixel density within a digital photo/image.
The reproduction of images with a great amount of detail or a high level of gray scaling, adding greater detail and sharpness to halftones.
An adjective describing improvement in display image quality as a result of increasing the number of pixels per square inch.
Any image that is proper resolution for printing, usually 300 dpi or more. Called hi-res for short.
This resolution is required for digital aerial photographs that are to be printed. The high number of dots per square inch produces a high-quality image in printing or on a computer display screen.
Finely detailed screen or printer output. Generally anything as fine or finer than about 640 480 on a screen or 300 dpi on a printer.
This refers to the resolution of an image indicating the number of dots per inch (dpi). The range can be from 300 dpi to 2,500dpi.
High density of detail. Is often used to describe the numbers of pixels or dots per unit area in an image. The higher the resolution, the more information there is in a given amount of visual space.
Camera, monitor or projector with a great number of scanning lines (1000-2000) which produces a very sharp, detailed image.
A sharp detailed image with a great number of scanning lines (1000-2000).
A term that refers to monitors or printers that produce high-quality output because they generate more dots per inch (DPI).
High resolution images are in the 300 dpi or more range. High resolution is used for desktop publishing (like printing your own business cards and letterheads) as well as in CMYK printing.
Basically, any image that is displayed in better quality by increasing the number of dots, or pixels, per inch than normal. Usually refers to better quality computer displays, but can describe printer quality as well. Called hi-res, for short.
A monitor with a refresh rate of 31.5kHz. [ edit