Due to the high resolution and large format of our displays, it is important that all graphics are of high quality. We accept multiple formats for graphics, including, but not limited to, JPEG, TIFF, Bitmap, PDF, EPS, and PNG.
The ideal high-resolution format for photographs is TIFF or JPEG.
For logos, typography, or any image that consists of only simple colors, shapes, and letters, it is ideal that we receive these graphics in vector format. Photographs store visual information as individual colored pixels; therefore when the size of a photograph is increased, the individual pixels are revealed and quality is sacrificed. Artwork that consists of simple shapes such as logos is best represented as vector artwork. Vector files consist of shapes and letters that are defined by curve, shape and size. Because vector artwork relies on curves rather than individually colored pixels, it can be magnified infinitely without sacrificing any quality. Often during a multimedia event, we will display the logo of the sponsoring organization on the screens as the default image. Due to the high resolution and large size of the screen, logos appear at their highest quality when they are vector documents. Common vector formats are PDF, EPS, and AI (Adobe Illustrator).