Wallpaper resolution determined by number of screens? Formula?
Search came up blank, sorry if this is mentioned elsewhere.
Alright so the screen resolution for this device is 320x480, and the default android home features 3 screens. Wallpapers are stretched across all 3 screens..so you would think 3x the width with the same height. However, most information I find says that the correct wallpaper size would be 640x480.. which would only be 2x the size.
It's easy enough to just say double the width, but that only works for 3 screens(?). I'm interested in the formula here so I can determine the correct wallpaper size for 5 or 7 screens.
Is it the obvious +1/2 width for each additional screen? For instance:
320x480 resolution, 3 screens. 320+(320/2)+(320/2)= 640, 640x480
320x480 resolution, 5 screens. 320+(320/2)+(320/2)+(320/2)+(320/2)= 960, 960x480
400x854 resolution, 3 screens. 400+(400/2)+(400/2) = 800, 800x854
Am I on the money with this?