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Rondem

Custom DPI setting for different objects

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Hi.

I don't know if this is possible but is it possible to add custom DPI on some objects in the same file.

For example i like the color noise effect but the noise grain depends on the files DPI. If i change that to make the grain bigger by lowering the DPI than images also lose resolution if the document DPI is changed.

So maybe adding some custom setting for the noise grain size or DPI for custom objects. 

Thenk you.


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4 hours ago, Rondem said:

For example i like the color noise effect but the noise grain depends on the files DPI. If i change that to make the grain bigger by lowering the DPI than images also lose resolution if the document DPI is changed.

So maybe adding some custom setting for the noise grain size or DPI for custom objects. 

I too would like that. It isn't top of my list but it is high up on the list now that I have thought about it.


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Better controls for the noise grain size seems reasonable.


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