I like the "Wallpaper Motion Effect" that is available in Android Marshmallow, but I find that using it with a properly sized 1440x2560 image results in the image being zoomed-in somewhat, which means the image is no longer displayed at a 1:1 pixel-perfect ratio.

What resolution would I need to create an image at in order to have a 1:1 pixel ratio once the image has been zoomed-in by the use of this feature?

  • Have you tried doubling the horizontal pixel amount? 2880x2560 might be working for you :) see here for example pictures – benjamin Jul 18 '16 at 8:09
  • I don't think doubling is right because it doesn't zoom in that much. It's a subtle effect. The horizontal axis isn't only affected, the picture will have to gain vertical pixels as well; how many pixels is the mystery. – Unknown Zombie Jul 18 '16 at 11:14
  • alright - though 2880x2560 seems to work allright with my LG G4. Samsung may have implemented its own standard for this :P – benjamin Jul 18 '16 at 11:18

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