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    is there a way to enhance the quality of an image?

    Hey,

    I have a background image that I like to use as the header of my powerpoint presentations. While it looks fantastic on the computer screen, when projected on the wall (?) it appears somewhat grainy.

    can anybody enhance the number of pixels (or something) to make this picture appear clear when projected? size is not a major concern.

    Cheers

    Jay
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    I imported the image into Illustrator CS2 and used Live Trace to convert the image to vector. I then increased the size and cleaned up the image a bit in Photoshop. Enjoy...

    http://home.comcast.net/~maxpixel/Picture1.jpg

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    I'm just wondering if because it is this big, it will display better when the screen resolution is increased (?)

    because on my screen the original image looks better... but i assume that if the screen resolution is severely increased, it will look better (?)

    i'm somewhat confused
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadianjameson View Post
    but i assume that if the screen resolution is severely increased, it will look better (?)
    It should. This version is over 4x the size of the original. Let me know.


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