DPI calculator: Movie poster One sheet

Use this calculator to find out how many pixels (resolution) an image should have to be printed at a certain size.

Print Dimensions

Net dimensions (no bleed)
685.8 mm x 1016 mm = 696772.8 mm2 (diagonal: 1225.8 mm)
68.58 cm x 101.6 cm = 6967.73 cm2 (diagonal: 122.58 cm)
27 inch x 40 inch = 1080 inch2 (diagonal: 48.26 inch)
2.25 feet x 3.33 feet = 7.49 feet2 (diagonal: 4.02 feet)
0.75 yard x 1.11 yard = 0.83 yard2 (diagonal: 1.34 yard)
0.69 m x 1.02 m = 0.7 m2 (diagonal: 1.23 m)
Brut dimensions (with bleed)
736.6 mm x 1066.8 mm = 785804.88 mm2 (diagonal: 1296.4 mm)
73.66 cm x 106.68 cm = 7858.05 cm2 (diagonal: 129.64 cm)
29 inch x 42 inch = 1218 inch2 (diagonal: 51.04 inch)
2.41 feet x 3.49 feet = 8.41 feet2 (diagonal: 4.24 feet)
0.81 yard x 1.17 yard = 0.95 yard2 (diagonal: 1.42 yard)
0.75 m x 1.08 m = 0.81 m2 (diagonal: 1.31 m)

Print Pixel Size

Dots-per-inch
Printer resolution = 150 dpi = 59 dots/cm
Printer pitch = 169 µm / micrometer (size of 1 pixel)
Net dimensions (no bleed)
4050 px x 6000 px = 24.3 megapixels
= aspect ratio 0.675
Brut dimensions (with bleed)
4350 px x 6300 px = 27.4 megapixels

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