what is different between resolution in dpi & lpi ?
Posted on Apr 21, 2013 by Tarek Bahaa El Deen Latest activity: Jul 24, 2013
dpi (dot per inch)
The number of dots that fit horizontally and vertically into a one-inch measure. Generally, the more dots per inch, the more detail is captured, and the sharper the resulting image
lpi (Lines Per Inch)
The number of lines in an inch, as found on the screens that create halftones and four-color process images (for example, “printed 175-line screen”). The more lines per inch, the more detailed the printed image will be. With the demand for computer generated imagery, the term “dots per inch” (which refers to the resolution of the output), is replacing the term “lines per inch.”
but what is different between resolution in dpi & lpi ?