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Illustrator’s Live Trace 1.Click on the selection tool (the black arrow) in the top of the left tool bar and then click on your image to select it. You know it is selected when there is a blue box around your image. 2.Click on the small down arrow button next to Live Trace. See the red arrow in the picture above. 3.Click on Photo High Fidelity 4.You ...
Desktop Wallpapers can't have transparent backgrounds. They need solid images or they'll insert white as you stated in your question. Same for the video editing software. They use black color as a background by default. You must have some layers to see your transparent image.
This problem has nothing to do with software choice or settings therein but basic mathematics. If your output is intended to be square raster files in multiples of 22 then the source (vector) file and the major elements should be simply divisible by 22. With the horizontal line elements in your design being half the height of their respective dots, and ...
The Image Trace tool is a good tool to start with, but after that you have to clean up the result. To have a nice ribbon, I would select the ribbon segments, go to the Pathfinder palette and click on Unite to have one object, and then fill it with a gradient. There are also gradients in the lion (one for the head and one for the body), you could use that ...
Blending modes do not translate to PNG images. I would guess that you've se the shadow to Multiply within Photoshop. Your shadows need to be set to Normal for the blending mode. This may mean you need to better mask the shadow layer or remove the shadow entirely and recreate it without the white areas.
You need to use a font typeface that scales to smaller sizes, allowing the browser to render the font with better clarity. Not all typefaces are suited for extremely small, same goes with some types are not suited for large print either, as they become too pixelated.
SVG is a vector file format so it's the anti-aliasing decisions are being made by the software rendering the SVG--in this case the browser. I think at the size you are going for, it looks just fine. But if you want to be able to tweak things, you'll have to create a raster version that you can then go in there pixel-by-pixel and tweak the anti-aliasing ...
My approach would be as follows: with the selection you have, toggle quick mask mode run the Erode filter as many times as necessary on that mask You'll notice that the clear, selected parts of the mask will become smaller. finally, toggle quick mask mode again to switch back to the selection You can now either invert the selection and cut the ...
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