Prepare Print Files

How to Prepare Print Files

Preparing Print Files


For DTG printing avoid Florescent and Gradient colours and smoke effects to get the desired output.

Format: PNG

Step 1 : Open Photoshop
Step 2 : Go to File > New
Step 3 : Enter Resolution: 300 pixels/Inch, Mention the required Height and Width.
Step 4 : Prepare your design.
Step 5 : Remove Background Color if added.
Step 6 : Trim the Empty spaces: Image > Trim

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Step 7 : Save the file in PNG format.


Format : TIFF

Step 1 : Open Photoshop
Step 2 : Go to File > New
Step 3 : Enter Resolution: 300 pixels/Inch, Mention the required Height and Width.
Step 4 : Prepare your design.
Step 5 : Remove Background Color if added.
Step 6 : Image > Mode > CMYK Color.
Step 7 : Trim the Empty spaces: Image -> Trimblank
Step 8 : Save the file in tiff format.
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