What is DPI and PPI?
DPI stands for Dots Per Inch and tells the number of printed dots per inch.
PPI stands for Pixel Per Inch and tells the number of pixels per inch.
Most printers request to send designs at 300 DPI (some printers accept lower), but you do not need to worry about DPI resolutions in Visme. By default, Visme templates are based on a 96 DPI. For example, if you are creating a template that is 8.5in by 11in, that means 1 inch = 96pixels. When 8.5x11in is converted into pixels, it will be 816px by 1056px. Note: If you are creating a template using the Custom Size category and you select “inches” unit, you will see that it will be converted to pixels when you go to view your canvas size.
If you wish to use your design for Print, download it as a PDF format. PDF format, all of the texts, icons and shapes are vectorized in Visme. That means that they will be pixel perfect at any resolution and will provide you optimum quality for print.
Downloading high resolution designs for print