Hello, I need some help, im interested in buying affinity designer to be my go to app for android apps development, since I never done any apps yet, im still a newbie (in both, designing and coding), as you know designers should consider the many possible screen densities to support multiple screen app development for android... I saw in your tutorial video that you can export slices to 1x, 2x, 3x etc, now according to android documentation there are a set of six generalized densities:
ldpi (low) ~120dpi
mdpi (medium) ~160dpi
hdpi (high) ~240dpi
xhdpi (extra-high) ~320dpi
xxhdpi (extra-extra-high) ~480dpi
xxxhdpi (extra-extra-extra-high) ~640dpi
The density-independent pixel is equivalent to one physical pixel on a 160 dpi screen (mdpi)..
1. now when I select new document, which settings (dpi) should I choose to support all 6 densities? (detailed answer please?)
2. hdpi has 1.5 conversion rate coming from mdpi, from the video I only saw integer values, so is there a way?
3. what if I'm already working on hdpi document, how can I convert down to mdpi? I didnt see options to downscale
PS. I know this got asked before but please provide assets for android development.