Image resolution

Image resolution refers to the number of pixels contained in an image. The larger the number of pixels, the sharper and clearer the image appears.

In Dorico Pro, you can export PNG and TIFF files with different image resolutions. The image resolution is measured in dots per inch, or “dpi”.

  • 72

  • 150

  • 300

  • 600

  • 1200


A resolution of 72 dpi is suitable for display on screen so that you can embed the graphic in an e-mail or on a web page. If you choose 300, 600, or 1200 dpi, a high-resolution image is saved that you can include as an illustration in a word processing or desktop publishing document.