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Do Not Use PNGs You can also use SVG files saved as PDF files (open in illustrator and export as SVG-PDF). These work well as Universal sized images and should reduce the total number of images required (if you are using PNGs then you are using 3 times as many images are you actually need). Using these files as assets can therefore save 2/3 of the space you ...


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There are a couple of things to address here, the most important being the initial quality of your images. If you say yourself that the images are of low-quality, that should be an indication in itself that you need to source some higher quality images. Just because the images look decent on screen (72 PPI), does not mean they will look good in print (300 ...


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If you know the final output size—work at that size. If there's a possibility you will be using the image at different sizes then yes, work at a larger size, it will give you more flexibility, as Alex Fregon says. But if the image is going to be used at one specific size, work at that size. If you work at a larger scale then shrink the image after ...


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It probably depends on the type of image - can you provide an example? As a general rule, you're best off working at the highest resolution possible, as this gives you the most versatility when it comes to exporting. Say, for some reason you need to export your image larger than 1200px wide, scaling it up may cause your background image to become pixelated. ...



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