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If you are only using the photos for iMovie then there is no need to scan above 72 dpi resolution. The defaualt setting for all televisions is 72 DPI. If you are plannig to print to a colour printer or do a zoom out on photo in iMovie then you need to scan at 300 dpi or 600 dpi. I have been video editing documentaries for years and you will be fine with 72 dpi.
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If you are only using the photos for iMovie then there is no need to scan above 72 dpi resolution. The defaualt setting for all televisions is 72 DPI. If you are plannig to print to a colour printer or do a zoom out on photo in iMovie then you need to scan at 300 dpi or 600 dpi. I have been video editing documentaries for years and you will be fine with 72 dpi.
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