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From the Inkscape wiki FAQ: There is a limitation in the way Inkscape imports raster/bitmap images (e.g JPEG, PNG, TIFF images): it cannot read the image resolution. Inkscape assumes a 1-to-1 relation at 90dpi, so any imported image with a different resolution will appear to be scaled. That explains the difference in size you are seeing: 600px at ...
I don't believe this is possible the way you are describing it. You could make a version with a color background, save it, and make the content of the second file the thumbnail for the original. What operating system are you using? Here's a tutorial for OSX: http://apple.co/1Wu27K0 Here's a tutorial for Windows 8: http://bit.ly/247Uy1J Let me know if you ...
From illustrator. I normally save as SVG then it will look sharp on a a screen and will re size nicely on gadgets. Then you dont need to worry about screen resolution
Traditionally, screen resolution has been 72dpi, though newer high-res monitors like Apple's Retina displays can go up to 400dpi. That said, when saving images for the web, image resolution doesn't really matter. Most people will export at 72dpi, but the most important thing to do is to export at the pixel dimensions at which the image will be displayed. ...
72 dpi is best for web or 92 dpi for retina displays. 300 dpi is generally only for print. Using it for the web will just make a bulkier file.
Try to find glasses you like on the Internet. Than, when you remove the curtains just paste "new" glasses into white spaces. Make some tunning and it should be OK.
Select group Ctrl C Ctrl N ENTER Ctrl V Ctrl Shift Alt S SAVE Yes its 2016... Illustrator has Million options, not a million and 1.
This isn't an output issue – you just need to finesse the transparent area of your image. Make sure there are no grey pixels stuck to the inside edge of your transparent area (you may want to use 'Select Colour Range' or the 'Refine Edge' tool to select those grey pixels) before you go to export.
Mark Edwards has a great scripted solution for this, posted to another question. An automated, easy solution Use the File → Scripts → Export Layers to Files script. This will export each layer of your document as a separate file with a filename that matches the layer name (so ensure your layer names are correct before running the script). Make sure you ...
Figured out a good solution Select layers In Animation flyout menu click "Make Frames From Layers" Select all animation frames Click black background layer File -> Export -> Render Video Is there a faster way to save all layers in PSD to PNG?
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