My current problem is that when i convert some layers to a smart object using the "convert to smart object" rollout menu, Photoshop always gives this new file a resolution of 300 ppi.
And you are sure the containing document has a resolution of 72ppi?
mr picouli wrote:
I'm working for video game UI and because of that, my photoshop documents always need to have a resolution of 72 ppi.
Why is that game and displays that games are played on do not respect ppi . Displays panels are manufactured with various PPI and none that I seen specs for have a 72ppi resolution. Why is 72ppi so important to your work flow? Are you sure all you image files are saved with a resolution setting of 72ppi? I would think the number of pixels that you have for images and objects is what would be of importance for games.
ho my ... incredible ... the problem is my stupidity ...
The last documents i was working with has (i really don't now why ...) a resolution of 300 ppi instead of the 72 ppi i normaly use.
So there's where this problem came from ...
Sorry for the stupid question ...
Just to answer JJMAC : yes i need this resolution of 72 in my workflow because the assets i create are in 2D and in pixel perfect and not like textures apply on 3D planes for exemple.