How to set proper resolution on rasterized images with non-default extents

I have an image that I want to rasterize and display at some non-default zoom level. I can accomplish this by setting the xlim and ylim on the plot. However, the result is a pixelated image because the pixel resolution was calculated on the full extents. As soon as I adjust the zoom on the plot, it will immediately recalculated the resolution to an appropriate level.

How can I get the initial display to calculate the resolution based on the extents I pass in and NOT the default extents of the image?

Example code:

import holoviews as hv
from holoviews import opts
from holoviews.operation.datashader import rasterize


url = ''
rasterize(hv.RGB.load_image(url)).opts(xlim=(0, 0.2), ylim=(0, 0.2))

You can provide the x_range and y_range to the call to rasterize:

rasterize(hv.RGB.load_image(url), x_range=(0, 0.2), y_range=(0, 0.2))