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You should try to use a PDF export instead of EPS, it should do the same thing except that it should work better with transparencies etc. While so far i have mostly the same answer as Alexey Popkov who is worth listening to theres something more you can do: In the case that you absolutely have to have an EPS file and none of the other files work, you can ...


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It is usually better to Export figures from Mathematica as PDF for the purposes of importing them into such programs as Illustrator, CorelDRAW or Inkscape. From my experience the PDF format is the most supported vector format in Mathematica. In the cases when PDF gives inappropriate results one can try Exporting into EMF or SVG. Sometimes none of these ...


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You should try exporting to SVG instead: here is how.


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To make your export image a specific dimension make a new artboard for that size and duplicate your art to it. Then, when you export your image just make sure 'Use Artboards' is checked at the bottom of the window and then have your settings like the image below. Then you will need to go into Photoshop and size it down from 5417 x 8333 to 1300 x 2000. ...


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Here is a surprisingly simple trick I recently learned. Open the AI file with Photoshop (Right click, Open with Adobe Photoshop…) In the dialog box select the Images button and all the images in your document appear. Select the images you want to open and they will each open in a separate document at the embedded resolution.


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The fastest way is to make use of the awesome export features of Sketch. Way 1: -Select the group in Illustrator -Paste in Sketch (repeat with all the groups you want to export) -Select the groups in Sketch, and click "make exportable" -Export at the resolution you want. Way 2: -Select the group in Illustrator -Paste in Sketch (repeat with all the groups ...


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After playing with this some more here are my conclusions, should someone else come along looking at the same problem. The success I had exporting the entire image is due to the anti-aliasing option in the export dialog - not the Rasterization effect applied to the object. In other words, the implication that the Slice export function ignored the effect is ...


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It is also possible to do it in Photoshop using Slices. Basically you select the slice tool, drag a window on top of the areas you want to export, and use "Export to Web".


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The way I would go about this in GIMP: Use the fuzzy select tool (magic wand) to select the shape you need Go to Image > Crop to selection Export (ctrl-shift-e) Undo (ctrl-z), start over This takes me about two seconds per shape. Of course, fuzzy select works best with flat object in a single colour. If you've got more complex forms, it might be a bit ...


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If you have that QR code (the blurry graphic) in a vector format, and import it on your Photoshop CS6 as smart object, that might be better. No matter how well you'll compress the file as rasterized image, these codes often become unreadable for scans or smartphone if you use them in your layout in Photoshop. Make sure to do some quality tests and see if it ...


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I'm guessing this is the case actually, no, that's not the case. Animated GIFs are optimized in exactly this way...each frame only contains the parts of the image that actually changed from the previous frame. Wikipedia doesn't go deep into detail, but does mention it here: Some economy of data is possible where a frame need only rewrite a ...


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Yes, GIF files can be optimized in that way. This reduces the size of the individual frames, and thus the overall file size. Your image manipulation application might offer this; for example the Animation Optimize filters for GIMP do that: http://docs.gimp.org/2.8/en/plug-in-optimize.html


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No scripts required! On my Mac, it's plain and simple: Click "save as" Choose format "pdf" Check "Use Artboards" (Specify Range, one by one if wish) Save as pdf. I don't know if you are running Windows or Mac though? I cannot say if it is any different on Windows, as I don't run Illustrator on Windows.


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It looks like the design was done in RGB and then coverted to CMYK OR the designer simply didn't care and used a wrong black recipe for the color. Here are some details about black and rich black for printing. What you can do as a shortcut, is to either use the "selective color" adjustment or "levels"; but that requires a lot of work and care because it ...


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I've written a script, which copies the layer mask of the selected group to all layers in the group itself. Use Export Layers to Files script (shipped with photoshop) afterwards in order to export your layers to the desired file type. Backup your photoshop file first Select the group/folder in the layer stack Select and run the script via File > Scripts ...


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It's a little destructive but you might get some better results if you convert your text to outlines. I've found in the past it's the easiest way to avoid Helvetica Neue destroying when it exports. In fairness though, a 200% png is probably the best you'll get, your main problem seems to stem from the size of the elements in the graphic. When Illustrator ...


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In the prefereneces panel: Edit > Preferences > General or cmd+k make sure anti-aliasing is selected. It will smooth exported png 24 files out nicely. Also make sure you are using png-24 as suggested above and when you are saving-for-web that you have art optimized selected (its in the drop down menu in the image size menu).


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There are also the 'crisp' 'normal' and other text modes near the font size option.


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To change the way your fonts look and prevent that blurry effect, maybe you could make some tests changing the font anti-aliasing setting on the character panel (see screenshot below.) You need to select the same one for each line of texts. I think what you may be looking for is the Mac LCD option for your font. ===== EDIT: One thing I also noticed: You ...


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If you want to make sure your PDF is "clean", you can always use the "/Save as/Optimized PDF" option in the Acrobat Pro "File" menu. Then you can look at the options, and check every boxes in the sections "discard objects", "discard user data" and "clean up"; this will flatten your layers, remove the extra data that might be invisible and as it says, clean ...


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Well, I programmed a script for doing this. It's pretty simple: 1 - Select a layer and then,( CMD + Shift + A ) and automatically generates this: So you can export the layers really fast. This is the code inside the .sketchplugin file I created (Copy and Paste it into a empty textFile and save it like exportPlugin.sketchplugin Here is the code--> ...


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Steps to take out selected object from Photoshop. 1) Select the object 2) Go to select menu and click Load Selection... 3) Go to Image > Crop 4) Save as you wish. 5) Undo all steps to select other object.


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Sorry I forgot I posted here. batch-export is better but i still can't record all actions i wish. Involving Photoshop here is another overkill. I found the best way to export it with this simple script: /** * Remixer: @herkulano (http://www.herkulano.com) * Thanks to: Niels Bosma (niels.bosma@motorola.com) */ var folder = Folder.selectDialog(); var ...


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I like to place the source file in a Photoshop file multiple times as a linked smart object and scale it to the resolutions needed (sort of like a sprite sheet). Then you can create slices for each instance. Saving for web will then give you a folder with the icon in all the different resolutions. You can even set the file names of the export files by naming ...


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There is a new option in Photoschop CC 2014. It's called "Generate Assets" it's under "file" and you can choose 0.25x, 0.5x, 2x, 3x and you can configure self the dimensions. It will export your layers to any fileformat and in different dimensions (if you want to).



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