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You can mask the image with rect without cropping it. Place your shape under the image (oval in my case): Right-click on shape and select Use as Mask: Now shape masks your image withou cropping: If you want export the original image, just Unmask the shape and Slice the image:


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Don’t export from Illustrator to a PSD and then import that PSD into Photoshop. Instead, open the Illustrator document in Photoshop and let Photoshop rasterize the image itself. It will pop-up a box where you can set how big you want the pixel image you are creating to be and then create that image within Photoshop. The export to PSD in Illustrator is for ...


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1) Real Screen resolution It is a little dificult to answer becouse we dont know which software the tv has or inclusive the resolution. At 50" it could be either Full HD or 4k. There are a cuple of 4k sizes, but probably it is 3840 x 2160px. If it is full HD it is 1920 x 1080 px. There is also a posibility it is a standard HD if it is a cheap TV. 1280 x ...


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Johannes is right, but give it a try and export as PNG24 set to sRGB, make sure to set the right resolution for the TV HDMI I suppose, 1920x1200px or 1920x1080px and try 96dpi instead of 72. If there is still JPG-moiree it's hardware based. If it's just blurred and streached it's the false resolution or aspect ratio. Due to colormanagement-reasons it's ...


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It is likely that you are exporting an image that is very small and it is getting scaled up by the TV and therefore looks terrible. If the TV is HD (likely) then it is natively showing a 1920x1080 pixel image. So for best quality, you want to export a 1920x1080 image at 72 dpi (which means 1:1 pixel ratio — show 1 pixel of image in 1 pixel of TV screen.) ...


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Yeah, make sure your artboard has the right size before exporting your vector to jpeg. You can also adjust the size of images on web. But in my opinion i would leave it as png for web. If you have trouble seeing your image on your display you may have used the wrong location to display your image.


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To add white space around your graphics, make sure the artboard is sized how you want, and then check the "Use Artboards" option when you export. It will crop to the artboard size exactly.


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A) I think that is an instalation problem. Re install your program. The wizard will ask you if you want to repair or remove the instalation. Choose repair. B) There is a chance you did not install any export format libraries. Look for them in: Tools > Options and in the left column look for Global > Filters. There you can choose wich export/import ...


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Don’t export your sharable copy to PDF — print it to PDF. Exporting creates a PDF that is essentially a master digital copy, ready to be opened in Illustrator or another PDF-savvy app for further editing. All the layers and metadata and other information is intact. Printing creates a PDF that is essentially what you would get if you printed to a sheet of ...


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I am guessing you are trying to protect you artwork from being extracted and re-used by the party you are sending it to. The best way to achieve this is by saving it as a PDF. In the Save Adobe PDF dialog, there is a "Security" section. This is where you can limit the way the user can interact (or use) the PDF. You'll need to tick the section in the middle ...


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If you want to send Illustrator-created artwork as PDF in such a way that the vector artwork is not editable/usable, take a screenshot of the artwork and convert that screenshot to PDF.


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You could always export / render a vector file to essentially "convert" it into a large enough bitmap image. Make sure you satisfy the resolution (dpi) requirements of the printing application it's designed for it depends on the distance document will be viewed at. That's a topic outside the scope of this question. If it's a multi-page PDF then a series of ...


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+Finn Bartel, yes it is very Possible. This is how I do it on A PC in two steps. Saving the Library: Create your custom brush and, from the bottom left corner of the library panel is a library icon, click on it to open a contextual menu that displays a list of brushes. But you realize the first option is Save Brush. On clicking SaveAs prompts you to ...


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Adobe InDesign is not meant for creating reliable imposed PDF files. I always hate when I see an answer like "Why would you want to do that?" ... now I am guilty of asking it. For the last 5 years or so, there is no professional printer asking to deliver the imposition. Please check this link, where you will see even the staff of Adobe passing the ...


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I often have to do this also. In your example, I would select all those charts because they have a clear bounding frame, and after selecting them go to OBJECT > SLICE > MAKE. This will make a series of sliced up cells for you to be able to export. Now use the SAVE FOR WEB feature to output your PNGs or JPGs. It helps if you align all your objects first ...


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It's because this is how pdfs recognises text – every line becomes in fact a paragraph (hence return at the end of it). There is no way round, you have to change it globally in documents, after copying, using Find/Replace option and hidden characters.


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This may result from converting text to outlines. Paragraph based text should not render the issue you're experiencing. Also consider your PDF export options.


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I just found a good way to do this in Affinity Designer. It's not fully automated though. I'll explain how to get the three icon sizes currently needed for iPhone (29pt, 40pt, 60pt), each with 2x and 3x resolution: Create a new Document, set unit to "Points", page size to 29x29 and check "Create Artboard" in the dialog Paste and position your artwork in ...


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This is probably because you're using non-borderless Printer (border-type printer). This will always make a margin on your printed paper because the print head can't print on the edge of the paper. You can read printer manual if it really support borderless printing and how to activate that feature on the printer driver software.


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Check to make sure the elements and artboard are aligned to the pixel grid. It's bad if your toolbar looks like this: Round those numbers and try exporting again to see if that helps. You can also set it up so your objects align to the grid automatically in the future by checking the Align to Pixel Grid box in the Transform window.


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Same thing happened to me and I have checked that document is set cmyk. In pdf it comes out correct.


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I can think of the following ways: If your icons do not exceed their respective bounding boxes, delete all objects other than foo_box and foo_icon from the SVG with a script and then use --export-area-drawing: inkscape -e foo_icon.png --export-id=foo_icon --export-id-only --export-area-drawing icons.svg If your know the exact position of your bounding ...



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