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PDF Editor FAQ

How do I teach my 12-year-old kid the difference between 300k and 3 billion?

That's a difference of only ten thousand fold. You can actually print 10K dots in a single sheet of paper (I did that recently). It will take you less time composing the page than it will take your printer to print it (it is a demanding job).Once you have that, just tell him that if one little dot is 300K, then all those dots make 3 billion (assuming you are using short scale).How to make that page? Type 10 periods .......... with a space at the end. Copy it and paste it 10 times for a full line of 100 dots in ten dot blocks (adjust font size so it fits in one line) and add a Return at the end.Copy that line including the Return and Paste it 10 times for a block of 1000 dots. Add another Return at the end for a white line in between blocks. Copy that block and paste it 10 times for a full page of 10K dots. You may have to adjust margins to fit and center it. You will have a 10x10 grid of squares each 10x10 dots.What else can you do with that page of 10K dots? Well, obviously XD print 100 of them to make the million. When you paste them all on the wall as tight as you can (tape together strips of 10 pages in landscape mode) something wonderful will happen. You will be looking at one million items for the first and possibly last time in your life.The distance at which you can see the whole thing from left to right and top to bottom without moving your head, is normally just under the distance where you can resolve those dots as individuals instead of an unfocused smudge. Seeing one million items is pretty near the limit of our vision (actually, a better laid out design can show you up to 5 million items for perfect eyesight, your entire cone of vision and some fudging of standards about your ability to resolve things in your peripheral vision but we are pushing it beyond what you can do at home)

What is a pixel? How can one measure it in metric?

Interesting to see a hardware and even astronomy perspective on this, but since this is tagged under Computer Science, I'll focus on the software interpretation.The word "pixel" is a portmanteau of picture and element. One of the most common ways to represent an image is as a raster or bitmap. That just means the image is represented as a 2D array, as Sudipta Sen describes. Another way to think of it would be to imagine a big grid of squares. Every element of that array (or square in that grid) is a pixel.In fact, if you open any raster image in a photo editing tool and zoom in, you'll discover that it's just made up of a bunch of squares, every square having a single color:You can contrast the idea of a raster image with vectorized graphics. Instead of representing the image as a grid of discrete values (pixels), you represent it as a series of geometric primitives in space. For example, squares and circles that can be defined mathematically. The cool thing about vector graphics is that you can zoom in infinitely without losing quality.However, like Kenneth McLaughlin points out, image processing hardware like cameras, printers, and displays are raster devices, so it's more natural (and often times necessary) to work with raster images.If you followed me up to this point you should be able to deduce that there is no way to convert between pixels and metric area units. That would be like trying to measure the height of a binary search tree in meters.I could print a 10x10 pixel image to fill an 8.5x11 inch sheet of paper, or I could do the same with a 100x100 pixel image. It's arbitrary. The same goes for displays. My phone fits 1920x1080 pixels in a few square inches. The monitor in front of me now has the same number of pixels but takes up over 30 inches along the diagonal.For a single device with a known resolution, what you want to know is the device's pixel density, which is very straightforward. Say you have a 100x100 pixel display that is 1 square meter in physical area. Unsurprisingly, your pixel density is 100 pixels per meter. The size of each pixel is 1/100 of a meter. We give the result in meters, not square meters, because pixels are typically square.

How many pixels do I need for redbubble art? What I make is usually too small.

In General for PoD sites I aim at creating my artwork at ideally 10k by 10k pixels at 300dpi, on Society6 I need bigger files on some products.On Redbubble you can do with a 8x8k pixel file at 300dpi. If you have a smaller file, remember than on Redbubble you have the option of tiling the design into a pattern in the editor.When I upload on Society6 I need a lot of different formats of a design, but on Redbubble I usually use the 10x10 or 8x8 png file and my 3600 x 3600 seamless pattern tile.I use the full design on t-shirts and items where a stand alone looks good. I use the tile on everything that looks a lot cooler with the pattern version, once the tile is uploaded I simply select the “grid pattern” option and adjust the size of my pattern.Redbubble has a size resource article you can read here : RB IMAGE DIMENSIONS AND FORMATS by BYRONYou don’t need to create a file for each and every items separately though, just check which one is the biggest in the list, and create a png file with a transparent background that is that big, you can always reduce the size on a specific item and move it around so the placement look good.Again, since I create art that goes on different PoD here is list of all the files I create for one specific artwork :1 art print ratio JPEG file with it’s largest side usually around 10–12k pixels1 square file saved as a transparent png that is 10x10k (sometimes 8x8), I use that file on most products, including t-shirts1 seamless pattern tile file, I usually do it 3600x3600 because that is the size requirement to upload for Society6 wallpapers, and I save that tile in my “tile assets library” file1 large pattern (non seamless) file, I usually take the Society6 duffel bag template to make that patterned file, but this size is too big for Redbubble. So if you want a pattern square that is not the seamless tile in your asset library, make a 10x10 pattern square instead.If you only use Redbubble, you actually would not even need that one, because, again, they do have the option of tiling an asset straight in their editor.A bunch of speciality formats on specific designs. Society6 has a lot of products with non standard sizes and it always look better if I have a Yoga mat specific file and more recently an apple watch strap file. I usually delete these special files after a while and only keep the 4 files mentioned above in my asset library.Always remember to save your work at 300dpi though, this is the print quality standard and the one you will need to go on large products.

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