it is really important for the customers to know that the image they have uploaded is low quality. Currently, if they upload an image, it doesn't show as blurry on the FPD, so they think they are getting a hi-res image printed.
Is it possible to have a warning box which pops up when they have uploaded the image which tells them the resolution isn't high enough and will be printed blurry?
I know you can set the minimum DPI etc. But the issue is that for some customers, they will still want the blurry image to be printed, they just need to be warned it will blurry so they don't expect a hi-res image on the product.
The idea is awesome! How about a star rating which shows the customer how it will look on the final product? I would love that.
You can specify a minimum pixel width and height and if the image is lower than these specifications, it will not be uploaded.
We can integrate an option so the customer can upload images that are lower than the minimum image resolution from the settings. In the frontend they will see an information that the image has a low quality with e.g. a thumb-down icon and all other images with a proper resolution gets a thumb-up icon.
That's not the best option because if customers increase the size of their image, the print quality suffers anyway.
The best feature would be a dynamic extension which shows the print quality in stars or in a similar way. The shop owner could setup the size of the printed file and based on that and the actual image size and the image size in the fpd window / canvas, customers are shown a rating of their image after being printed.
What do you think of that?
How about using both input of resolution together with file height x width as parameter as a warning?
For example 120dpi(12x12cm) file is same as 240dpi (6x6cm). And it is same memory size as well.
Setting only minimum dpi as warning is misleading. You can have 120dpi but size is 1.2x1.2cm. When a user upload this image succesfully, he can scale up the image thinking it should be fine when printing.