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Old 01-07-2013, 03:28 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Toxaris View Post
I am sure that readers have limits with regards to size of an image due to memory, but I haven't reached it yet. The number of images should not be a problem.
Recently, as an experiment, given that there is a trend starting towards tablets and phones with higher resolution, I put a couple large images in an epub I made. Both images were large enough for a 400ppi+ display. I believe there already is a phone that either has or will have that resolution.

However, when I loaded the book on my Sony, I was dismayed to see the images not appear at all, just a blank where they were. Book was fine in ADE, and when I decreased image size to 1200 x 2048 pixels, they displayed fine again on the Sony.

So yes, I think reader devices may have some limits on image size.

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