Change Image Resolution in PicsArt: PicsArt Photo Editor is one of the most versatile and easy-to-use photo editing applications available for Android. PicsArt is far different and powerful from any mobile photo editors and is better in a number of ways, even when compared with Snapseed and Lightroom Mobile. The application is filled with a number of tools and the best part here is most of these tools are free and you don’t need a premium or Gold membership.
You can cut the backgrounds, make social media posters, create animations or gifs, create stunning portraits and there are various other tools like crop, dispersion, clone, stretch, perspective and the list goes on! However, the only problem most of the users face is the low-resolution image after editing the image on PicsArt. If you are a PicsArt user and are planning to Change Image Resolution in PicsArt, this guide is for you.
How to Change Image Resolution in PicsArt
- Open PicsArt application and once it is opened, click and open the profile icon on the bottom right corner of your screen.
- While you are here, make sure you have logged in to PicsArt using email or you can log in using the social media too.
- Click on the menu button which is in the form of three vertical dots (also referred to as three-dot menu icon)
- From here, navigate to settings and click on Max Image Size option.
- This is where all the magic happens.
- By default, the resolution is set to 5 megapixels (2592 x 1944)
- Change it to max resolution, which is 8 MP with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels.
- Once done, click on Ok to save the changes and that’s it!
Now, this is how you can Change Image Resolution in PicsArt. Do note that you can save in much higher resolutions using the premium or gold version of the application and once done, you can edit and save images in much higher resolutions. If this guide helped you to Change Image Resolution in PicsArt, do consider sharing this guide with your friends and family.
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Android Jungles’ Editor Tarun Tej is a Bangalore-based writer and journalist whose work has appeared in True-Tech, DroidJournal, DroidViews, and various other online publications. An avid photographer, music-lover, and film-buff. He finds ultimate joy when writing about the latest tech and geek stuff. His interests are ranging from anything to do with mobiles, cameras, and any gadget for that matter.