To find out what the pixel count of a 4" x 1" is, I would need to know the dpi (dots per inch) of the image.
A dpi of 76, would give you an image that is 76 x 304 pixels, while a dpi of 96, would give you a pixel count of 96 x 384.
Also,how do you convert using this tool?
Are you refering to XnView
When you go to File / Open..., and select the .cdr file, it doesn't open in XnView
If not, try going to Tools / Options / File Types.
On the right, scroll down to Corel Draw Bitmap
, and put a check in the box next to it, then scroll to JPEG / JFIF
, and put a check next to it.
Now try to open the image.
To convert it, just use File / Save As..., and using the drop-down arrow next to Save as type:
, select JPG, and save it where you want.
Once you are through, you'll have to go back and uncheck the Corel Draw Bitmap
, and JPEG / JFIF
boxes, or they will open in XnView every time you click one of those image types.
Leaving them checked, will make XnView the default viewer, for those types.
Edited by tg1911, 06 May 2007 - 09:09 PM.