JPEG resolution

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JPEGs from digital cameras usually contain EXIF data which specifies the resolution of the image in DPI. Applications such as Photoshop and Photoshop Elements use the DPI value to calculate the print size of images (size in inches = size in pixels / DPI). The problem is that cameras often set the DPI to an unsuitable value. The JPEG resolution plug-in can be used to automatically change the DPI value to a user-defined DPI or dots/cm value. The plug-in will modify the EXIF XResolution, YResolution and ResolutionUnits values and add a JFIF header containing the new resoltion value.




To setup the plug-in simply select the resolution units from the drop down list (DPI or dots/cm) and enter the required resolution value.