Many of times I’ve taken f

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Many of times I’ve taken frame grabs to work with that go back in the video and even HD is always 72dpi. Sometimes I can see a difference in quality going higher but not always. You don’t always have to hit the print demands of 300 either, sometimes just a jump to 150 is all you need. Its something you have to play by ear/eye and how much you influence detail with it. I wouldn’t mess with it on a close up with tons of detail.

I shoot in RAW with my still cam, so everything I work with is usually 240 dpi to begin with.

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