DPI calculator: Movie poster Bus stop

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)
101.6 cm x 152.4 cm = 15483.84 cm2 (diagonal: 183.16 cm)
40 inch x 60 inch = 2400 inch2 (diagonal: 72.11 inch)
3.33 feet x 5 feet = 16.65 feet2 (diagonal: 6.01 feet)
1.11 yard x 1.67 yard = 1.85 yard2 (diagonal: 2.01 yard)
1.02 m x 1.52 m = 1.55 m2 (diagonal: 1.83 m)
Brut dimensions (with bleed)
1066.8 mm x 1574.8 mm = 1679996.64 mm2 (diagonal: 1902.12 mm)
106.68 cm x 157.48 cm = 16799.97 cm2 (diagonal: 190.21 cm)
42 inch x 62 inch = 2604 inch2 (diagonal: 74.89 inch)
3.49 feet x 5.16 feet = 18.01 feet2 (diagonal: 6.23 feet)
1.17 yard x 1.73 yard = 2.02 yard2 (diagonal: 2.09 yard)
1.08 m x 1.58 m = 1.71 m2 (diagonal: 1.91 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)
6000 px x 9000 px = 54 megapixels
= aspect ratio 0.667
Brut dimensions (with bleed)
6300 px x 9300 px = 58.6 megapixels

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