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Best Resample Method?

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When resampling from lower res to higher res in Photo, which is the preferred or generally accepted best method of the 5 choices? ie. Nearest, Biinear, Bicubic, Lanczos 3 seperable, Lanczos 3 non-separable?

 

And which is considered the best resampling method for down rezzing images from print quality to web presentation? 

I remember Photoshop used to have one that was best for going up from lowres and one that was considered the best for downsize. 

 

Which is it for Affinity?

 

Seems like I remember is was Bilinear going up, and Bicubic going down... but I'm not certain that's correct and I'm not familiar with Lanczos. Or, if there's a preferred way in Affinity that's different than Photoshop for resampling.

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8 hours ago, skiphunt said:

And which is considered the best resampling method for down rezzing images from print quality to web presentation? 

Hi Skiphunt, their is a good description of which to use and when in the AP help file (accessed via ?)

Lanczos is for enlarging too.

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I'm constantly surprised just how much detail is provided in the associated 'Help' file. It's just a pity we can't access it while editing or at least get access to an offline version. There is one floating around for the desktop version but not specifically for the iPad.

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