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I have created a logo in Adobe illustrator, with the help of shapes like rectangle and triangle after that I have saved it as - export - save for web and in png 24. So after exporting, the logo looks really good, high quality and no rough edges, but when I import the same logo to a new project in illustrator its showing rough edges like it has lost it quality. How to solve that?

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    Why would you import a raster image (PNG) into an Illustrator project when you have the original vector data available? Jan 13 at 10:29
  • Solve it by copy/pasting the vector logo into your project... or placing the .ai file and not the PNG.
    – Scott
    Jan 13 at 10:33
  • Hi Janus thanks for helping me, actually I was checking that suppose if I need to put that logo on video or in any image then how does it perform, so I thought to import it just to see that whether it will lost quality or not, that's why I have imported
    – user171386
    Jan 13 at 10:36
  • Hi Scott, thanks for ur suggestion, copy and pasting is ok, but I was dragging directly into the project( I'm not sure is this the right method or not) and how to place the .ai file I mean suppose I need to put my logo on a video, then how can I put the .ai file?. These questions might be silly but sorry for that, Im a noob(installed illustrator today)
    – user171386
    Jan 13 at 10:39
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    Illustrator, to the best of my knowledge, is not a video tool. Your question states .. "import the same logo to a new project in illustrator" There's no mention of any video in the question. if you are working on video, then you really should edit the question to clarify what you are actually trying to do.
    – Scott
    Jan 13 at 11:09

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