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Megapixel: 2.1

**～**Res: 2k

Preview

Megapixel: 2.1

**～**Res: 2k

When the lock
is closed, the aspect ratio will be locked, and all other values in the calculator that depend on the aspect ratio will adjust accordingly when changed.

When the lock is open, the aspect ratio will be unlocked, and will adjust itself to the other values like the resolution.

You might want to unlock the aspect ratio to find the aspect ratio of a certain resolution.

Our aspect ratio calculator makes it easy to find the aspect ratio from a given resolution, width, or height. In addition, it can help you calculate the PPI (pixels per inch) and the length of the width and height. You can modify the diagonal to find these values and change any value - resolution, aspect ratio, length, PPI, or diagonal - and all values will correspond to your changes.

With our aspect ratio calculator, you can change any value, resolution, aspect ratio, length, PPI, diagonal, and all values will correspond to your changed value. This means that you can experiment with different settings and configurations until you find the perfect aspect ratio for your content.

When using our aspect ratio calculator, you may notice a lock icon that appears next to the aspect ratio value. When this lock is enabled, the aspect ratio will be locked, and all other values in the calculator that depend on the aspect ratio will adjust accordingly when changed. This means that if you change the resolution or length, for example, the width and height values will adjust to maintain the locked aspect ratio.

On the other hand, if the lock icon is disabled, you will be able to find the aspect ratio by providing both the width and height of either the resolution or length. This can be useful if you have a specific aspect ratio in mind but need to adjust the other values to achieve the desired outcome.

Aspect ratio is the ratio of the screen width to height in the lowest terms. Let's assume a screen width of 1920 pixels and a height of 1080 pixels. The ratio is 1920:1080. To reduce this, find the greatest common factor (GCF) of 1920 and 1080, which is 120:

1920 / 120 = 16 1080 / 120 = 9

So, the reduced ratio is 16:9.

To find the aspect ratio with 1 as the second term, divide both terms by the second term:

1920 / 1080 = 1.7 1080 / 1080 = 1

Therefore, the aspect ratio in terms of 1 is 1.7:1, and we can say that 1920:1080 = 16:9 = 1.7:1.