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[Import & Export]- How to export screens from Adobe XD as EPS?

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Jan 24, 2020

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I know you can export screens as PNG, JPG, PDF and SVG but is there a way I can export screens as EPS files? My client needs the files as EPS. Thank you!

 

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Support for EPS is highly unlikely, since EPS doesn't support RGB color spaces very well (it has mainly been geared towards print media). So it would require converting the RGB color space to a more bland CMYK color space, rendering any bright colors to a less brilliant approximation. That's a big no-no !

 

And EPS has a lot of trouble handling 'soft' transparancies natively, like shadows, blurs and even simple opacity levels. So the EPS needs to "flatten" all vector based transparant effects to a bitmap. (This is also happening for the regular PDF, but only in case of background blurs.) Another hindrance for EPS support.

 

Why or what would you need EPS for ?
Who is requesting this (legacy) format ?

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[Import & Export]- How to export screens from Adobe XD as EPS?

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I know you can export screens as PNG, JPG, PDF and SVG but is there a way I can export screens as EPS files? My client needs the files as EPS. Thank you!

 

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Correct answer by Peter_Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Support for EPS is highly unlikely, since EPS doesn't support RGB color spaces very well (it has mainly been geared towards print media). So it would require converting the RGB color space to a more bland CMYK color space, rendering any bright colors to a less brilliant approximation. That's a big no-no !

 

And EPS has a lot of trouble handling 'soft' transparancies natively, like shadows, blurs and even simple opacity levels. So the EPS needs to "flatten" all vector based transparant effects to a bitmap. (This is also happening for the regular PDF, but only in case of background blurs.) Another hindrance for EPS support.

 

Why or what would you need EPS for ?
Who is requesting this (legacy) format ?

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Hi Mary,

 

Thank you for sharing your feedback. We have seen a similar request has been raised here: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/12943443-import-ep... We would request you to please submit your feedback and upvote the request to add your voice.

 

Hope it helps.

 

Thanks,

Harshika

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Support for EPS is highly unlikely, since EPS doesn't support RGB color spaces very well (it has mainly been geared towards print media). So it would require converting the RGB color space to a more bland CMYK color space, rendering any bright colors to a less brilliant approximation. That's a big no-no !

 

And EPS has a lot of trouble handling 'soft' transparancies natively, like shadows, blurs and even simple opacity levels. So the EPS needs to "flatten" all vector based transparant effects to a bitmap. (This is also happening for the regular PDF, but only in case of background blurs.) Another hindrance for EPS support.

 

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