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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 ...


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 ...


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.) ...


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.


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.


The exported file needs to be converted to sRGB either before exporting or during the export if you are using "Save for Web" option. If you are using that option you will see Convert to sRGB with a check box next to it, put a check mark there and then save it. If you are simply saving it as JPEG, then before saving it: Go to Edit/Convert to Profile Choose ...

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