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    >From: "Click" com.au
     

    The native format of GF is an .stn file, which you can open at your required
    resolution in the program where GF resides (it's a Photoshop plug-in, for
    example) and then save off as a tiff or jpeg or whatever. So yes, the final
    files are compatible after you open them using GF.
     

    The print guys vary widely as to what minimum input resolution is required. In
    many cases they are able to rez up the files for you, but the places with
    cheaper prints often want you to do this yourself.
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