Print Size Considerations
The maximal relative parallax magnitude of your lenticular sequence determines the maximal width of the picture which can be printed from it. This parameter is given by fSeq. If you created your sequence by multiple photography, you must measure this parameter yourself, as described in our blog post.
The maximal relative parallax magnitudes for each one of the standard pictures are quoted on the standard pictures page. For example, if the maximal relative parallax magnitude of your sequence is 1.8%, it can be printed in both medium and small sizes (assuming that the picture height is smaller than the picture width), but not in large size.