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  1. Hi, I just watched this Youtube Video about how to set up an Illustrator template for designing t-shirts for Merch by Amazon. The setup in Photoshop should be: 15"W x 18"H @ 300ppi (i.e. 4500 x 5400 pixels), sRGB, less than 25MB. So in the video, he says that Illustrator has PPI and Photoshop has DPI and so he sets the Illustrator document at 1080 by 1296 @ 300ppi and then says that it will export to the correct size for Photoshop (to 4500 x 5300 pixels @ 300ppi) So he exports the Illustrator document (set at 1080 x 1296) as a png, opens it up in Photoshop and the dimensions are now 4500 x 5300). I tried this with Affinity Designer and Photo and the dimensions stayed the same. So do I not have to do this with Affinity? Should I just set up my template in Designer at 15"W x 18"H @ 300ppi (i.e. 4500 x 5400 pixels), sRGB, and then export to png? Hope this isn't too confusing. Thanks
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