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Colin Angus Mackay3-Jul-07 3:43
Colin Angus Mackay3-Jul-07 3:43 
Well, according to the link. If units is zero then Xdensity and Ydensity are already in pixels.

If it is 1 or 2 it is in dots per inch or cm respectively. You will then need to find out the dots per inch/cm on the output device and scale appropriately.

For example, if the image is a photo at 300dpi and it is to be displayed on a screen at 96dpi then you need to reduce the number of pixels by source/destination or 300/96 (3.125)


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