What Are the Sizes and Resolutions of Your Media?
Our Stills are created at a resolution of 150 dots per inch (DPI). This resolution works extremely well when displayed on large projectors, and even most printed materials. Some loss of quality may occur if the images are enlarged for use on banners.
The Standard Image Pack contains Jpegs sized at 1500x1125 pixels.
The Widescreen Image Pack contains Jpegs sized at 2000x1125 pixels.
All Powerpoint files are formatted with the Standard Jpegs in Master View. The Powerpoint presentations are set for a 10" by 7.5" document size for backwards compatibility with legacy versions of Powerpoint.
Photoshop documents are designed at a higher resolution: 2800x1575 pixels. The larger design works well if you intend to send a design to a printer or reposition and customize a design in Photoshop yourself. See below how the size changes based on dpi of the design:
72dpi: 38.8" by 21.8"
150dpi: 18.6" by 10.5"
300dpi: 9.3" by 5.25"
At 300 dpi, you can easily print 9" by 5" postcards without any enlarging.
MPEG-1 and Quicktime
We provide our Motions in the 2 most popular file formats for easy integration into every software package. MPEG-1 files work best if you are using Windows. Quicktime MOV files work best on a Mac. Quicktime MOV's are compressed with H.264 and AAC.
Standard and High Definition
Standard Definition: 640x480 (480p) square pixels at 30 frames per second (29.97).
High Definition: 1280x720 (720p) square pixels at 30 frames per second (29.97).
Posted on Thu, August 25, 2011
by David Chapman