6 Replies Latest reply on May 1, 2012 1:35 PM by Peter Spier

    Pictures resolution in InDesign


      So I am not talking about resampling images in InDesign. But I have a question related to the resolution of pictures as InDesign sees it.


      I have some photos in JPEG format I want to use in InDesign, not scaled, not anything. All same dimension (pixel resolution). 300 dpi. But one of them, even tough is having the same resolution, it has in the header 72 DPI setup. And InDesign, uses that information and places the pixelated image, scaled up.


      The only solution I have found is open the respective JPEG, change its info resolution without resampling pixels, saving as TIFF and import it back in InDesing. Is there not something that would help me explaining InDesign to ignore the 72 DPI seting from the photo?