Recently I have been attempting to create a set of CD labels for a client in Photoshop CS5 however by mistake I created all the files with the default setting of 72 PPI so when the labels were sent to the printer, my client was told the DPI needed to be set to 300 DPI. To fix this, I tried doing an image resize to 300 PPI and I unchecked the scale image option, however that still shrunk everything so when printing I pretty much ended up with a tiny disc.
I attempted to resize the image, however that just showed a pixilated circle, vs. the original design.
As right now the entire layout is in a PSD file, is there a way to set it so that I can get 300 PPI/DPI without losing the size, or will I have to recreate the design?
If it's relevant, most of the images placed onto the label are JPEGs vs. vector graphics so I"m not sure if I can really do much about quality loss.
Thanks very much in advance.