Where can I find the resolution and size of my file?
For Windows Users:
- First things first, find the file you wish to turn into a Fracture on your computer. Pictures are most commonly found on the 'Desktop' or in the 'My Pictures' folder.
- Once the folder in which the image is stored has been pulled up, give the image file a right click with your mouse. A drop down menu will appear and you'll want to select the very last option: Properties.
- This will open up a new window with all sorts of useful information about the photo.
- Out of the three tabs along the top of the new window, select 'Details'.
- Here you will find the (1) dimensions, (2) resolution, (3) file size, and so much more. It's like magic! Check out what file specifications we recommend for the best quality prints here.
The first step is to find the file you wish to turn into a Fracture on your computer. Pictures are most commonly found on the 'Desktop' or in the 'iPhoto' application.
Clicking on your image once, will display some brief information about it. Here, we can see the file format (JPEG), the file size (431 KB), and the image dimensions (960 x 540).
To get more in depth information about your photo, right click your image (CTRL + Click). A drop down menu will appear, like so. You'll want to select the 'Get Info' option.
A new window will appear showing the image (1) image size, (2) file format, (3) dimensions, and (4) color space. Check out what file specifications we recommend for the best quality prints
For Mac Users: