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Re: [BKARTS] File format for colour photocopy

Hi Jen
I would think that 400 dpi would be sufficient for a photocopier -
around here commercial printers suggest 300 dpi or so (at 100%).  In my
experience, TIFF is the best file format for providing the most
accurate digital information - though as a result it tends to require
more disc space.  If you are sending files over e mail this can be a
problem, and in that case, I would think that a Jpeg file would be
hope this helps
Southern California
On Thursday, January 23, 2003, at 11:21  PM, Jen Hogben wrote:

Could anyone please help with this problem:  I'm new to artists'
books, and
am experimenting with a variety of techniques.  It's proving to be
very time
consuming, and I'd like to scan the finished pages into the computer
and save
to disc for reproducing on a colour photocopier.  The local printers
suggested scanning images at 400 dpi but there is some disagreement
over the
type of file - JPEG, bitmap, or is there a better format?   Also, is
400 dpi
a high enough resolution for a photocopier?
I've searched the archives, but can't find anything on this subject,
it's probably been discussed before,
South Australia

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