- Image files need to be in jpeg, gif, png, bmp, or tiff formats.
- Images should be a minimum of 1033x657 pixels for best quality.
- Small images will reproduce poorly; for best results and greater image clarity, use larger images with higher resolutions.
- The time your image takes to upload depends on your internet connection speed; the larger the image, the longer it will take to upload.
- Keep in mind, you'll have the opportunity to make some adjustments to the appearance of your image in the debit card design section.
- If you increase the scale of your image too much, it may print poorly if you have a smaller file size.
For best results, please follow these image file requirements.
Image file must be a JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIF, or GIF (*.jpg, *.jpeg, *.png, *.bmp, *.gif, *.tif).
The easiest way to tell is by looking at the filename; it should end with '.jpg', '.png', '.tif' or '.gif'. This is usually the case with photos from digital cameras and other devices. Most images are in JPEG format.
The dimensions should be at least 1,033px x 657px (3.452" x 2.17").
If the dimensions are smaller than this, your card image may be produced with "grainy" quality. If the dimensions are greater, the card image will produce with better quality.
On Windows: Right-Click > Properties > Summary > Advanced
On Mac: Command+I
The maximum file size allowed is 7 MB.
Most JPEG, PNG, TIF, and GIF images are under this file size limit, including high megapixel digital cameras.