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3 things: First, have you tried using the "Save for Web" interface and selecting "Type Optimized" from the dropdown before exporting? Second, if that doesn't work, make sure your artboard is lined up on whole pixels. Using the artboard tool, select your artboard and look at the info bar to see if the X and Y values are whole numbers (ie, no decimals). ...


Check out this tool It will automatically resize .png files into several densities.


There is the APNG (Animated PNG) format, which has actually been around for a long time. Browser support is patchy at best though and support in image editing programs is even worse. APNG is an unofficial extension to PNG and was officially rejected by the PNG group. You can see some examples of animated PNGs here (you'll need to make sure you're using a ...


The PNG format (initially defined in an RFC, now standardised as ISO/IEC 15948:2004) supports tEXt ancillary chunks with a pre-defined 'Copyright' key. These can be used to embed authorship information into the image. No specific 'License' key is identified (section 4.2.7.), but the standard does not prevent the use of custom chunks.


This is a quick, easy way that I've found to remove a white background: 1) Use the Quick Selection Tool (w) and paint around the inside of the object that you wish to isolate from its background. You might need to go in and manually deselect some areas, by holding down ALT while you paint. 2) Click on Refine Edge at the top of your screen and adjust your ...


Use actions like this one But the quality is always linked to the quality of the jpg and the amount of artefacts.


No, you don't need Photoshop to convert an icon from AI to PNG. File > Save For Web (Alt+Shift+Ctrl+S) Preset > Name > PNG-24 (Optional) Set desired width and height Save


You should specify a resolution of 72 dpi in the save dialog or then use the save for web option.

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