Platinum Printer Member
- Apr 19, 2007
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- Canon MB5120, Pencil
This does not answer my question about Nearest Neighbor for me. Nearest Neighbor is prey to aliasing and jaggies.The small pixel budget: I need to pack a lot of information in very small clusters. Like Icons or micro-printing I need to put maximum detail with the smallest amount of pixels. Each 3d pixel should have more pixels.
I have used PNG files and turned them into 3D images, and yes it’s a crap shoot and you need to experiment a lot to get what you want, sometimes it’s impossible, but at least you tried. Smaller PNG files do make better 3D images..About printing. I have printed few days ago, a couple of samples at 10x10 cm with 720 dpi! and because I have used the wrong settings (like I did these days) it is missing a lot of detail it translates a blurriness, a 3d image without depth.
Inkjet printers cannot be altered to work with/for 3D and that is fact, so stop hoping you’ll find the answer, because you won’t .… Sorry but that’s life..Please do not go in circles. I think we've done here. Unless a famous forger comes and says: " Hey, we have a better driver, what resolution you said, 1440? No problem."
Using Windows. No Dropbox or any cloud drive.Just downloaded it with my iPad as a TIF. First I saved it to my own Dropbox.
Double click what?What happens if you just double klick?