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I am experiencing this exact problem right now! If it is true Adobe hasn't found a way of exporting nice circular edged graphics from InDesign, I am pretty dissapointed... I have found a workaround that's worked for me though: I have to use these PNGs in InDesign coz they're external graphics I've received, and would be too time-consuming to try recreate ...


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After you create your circular clipping mask, select it, then go to your artboard tool, then in the presets above, just use fit to selected art. Finally, all you have to do when you're saving your PNG, is to make sure "use artboards" is checked.


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If the color of the original background is fixed (e.g. white), you can simply use convert for all your images (see also here): convert input_image.png -transparent white output_image.png If you don't want to use a batch file, you can use mogrify, being aware that mogrify overwrite the original file. This question is very frequent in StackExchange: for ...


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Note that a PNG in Illustrator is seen as one object. There is no mechanism to allow a user to color individual pieces of a PNG within Illustrator. You could use Image Trace to convert your PNG to vector objects. Results are highly dependent upon trace settings and the original artwork. To work with the PNG as a whole... Embed your PNG into Illustrator and ...


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Yes. When you import (place) a png file (or any raster image format) just turn off the "link" checkbox. This will enable the "Filter" Menu for that image and you can use adjust colors and other filters to manipulate the image. Just remember that the image will be inside the AI file. If the "link" option is enabled, you do that in the original file with an ...


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To give the best possible quality file, and the exact size you have to send a vector based file. Svg or a pdf file (converted to curves or nodes) are two good options. Asking a specific size in mm means that you need a printed file, so in that case the option to a rasterized file can be from 200 or 300 ppi for a rgb, cmyk or grayscale images to 1200 or 2400 ...


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The quality of the reduced image depends on the process used, and of course of the original files. 2 things that you can try are: 1) Work in a much higher resolution. For example, if you need a final file of 100x100px work on an image 800x800px and at the end, resample it to the final size. 2) Apply some sharpening on this final size file. You have to be ...


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Go to File -> Save For Web. A dialog box will appear displaying the original artwork on one side and what will be saved out on the other (a preview). On the far right are the settings. In these settings, select PNG-8 from the format dropdown and configure the PNG-8 settings to your liking (transparency, color table, matte color, color reduction algorithm, ...



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