I find that static images included in the apps, with aspect ratio 16: 9 on tablets, brushstrokes are displayed, which is the way to generate resources appropriately for each pixel density
ldpi,mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi, xxhdpi, xxxhdpi
I understand that the normal resolution that is normally seen in a PC monitor is the
mdpi and I scale the image depending on the base
1024x576 with the following calculator
with the following result:
ldpi = 768.00px mdpi = 1024.00px tvdpi = 1363.20px hdpi = 1536.00px xhdpi = 2048.00px xxhdpi = 3072.00px xxxhdpi = 4096.00px
The source image has more than
5000px , let's say I decrease it to 4096px to create the xxhdpi, then to 3072px for the xxhdpi ...
But still on a tablet Asus TF101 your specifications is displayed pixelated.
Apart from that, I have more questions:
Android studio only has a generator for icons and vectors. What tools do you use to automatically render the images?
the AndroidAssetStudio page does not work with large images
To be more optimal with the final size of the apk, if you only put the corresponding image in
drawable/xxxhdpiis it necessary to put it in all the others or does Android re-dimension it automatically?