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If the raster art (JPEG elements) is comprised of basic shapes or simple gradients, it should be vectorized. A simple rule of thumb when it comes to designing for print is this: anything that can be vector should be vector. It may be tedious or costly, but if you want your artwork to come out crisp then that is the route you need to take. If you don't have ...


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Make the resolution around 300px either when you open a new project or open a .obj file and that's it!


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I can't really say why your having a problem with that, but I suppose the best way to maintain quality is to not embed the image at all. When you do a Place make sure the Link checkbox is checked. The image will remain a PSD file, and the representation you see in Illustrator will just be a preview, so no quality can be lost until you export to something ...


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If it's used on a webpage, you can specify a width and height to have the browser resize it without redownloading: <img src="http://i.imgur.com/weLH3Mb.jpg" style="width: 2359px; height: 1400px"> But it's entirely possible to get that JPEG smaller without a noticeable loss in quality. While it's true that JPEG files lose quality with every ...


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I don't think the incorrect proportion one is much better from the resided one. but if you want to not making re-size and get the picture wore here is a tip. the bad one is a square of (1400xp*1400px) the bigger one is (2359xp*1400px) that's mean you stretched the X approximately 168.5% times ... stretching an image may cause lose of resolution. the ...


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The cleanest way to get around it is a little time consuming, but worth it if you need your layers/imagery crisp. A note before hand: You can always try playing around with the objects in the library by right clicking on them and playing with the properties. You'll still have pixelated edges on some objects. We've found that importing the psd, layer by ...


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Photoshop Reduce colors and increase Lossy until the file size matches your requirements. You will be surprised how small your animated GIF will be. For your file use those values, for instance: Save for Web… > GIF Colors: 128; Lossy: 8%


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Things to try: try using different software to compress it more reduce the color palette to the absolute minimum reduce the number of transitions (try 2 transitions instead of 3) remove the background pattern (GIFs compress better with less horizontal changes in data). Maybe try a border instead.



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