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Quality issue importing from illustrator to Animate

New Here ,
May 08, 2022 May 08, 2022

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After creating a perfect vector illustration in Illustrator (no background and all outlines) is placed in Animate's library (imported) and in a layer of the timeline. The illustration in Animate stage looks exactly like the one created in illustrator.

After expoting the project for video (mp4 at format H.264 Default (AME)) the video file shows the vector with deffects and poor quality. Neither the illustrator file of the animate file show this, only the final output in mp4. I tried to modify all the variables for importing the illustrator and exporting the video as well, with absolute no change on the final result.

Any ideas? it's very frustrtaing considring the HD requirements of the project.

Size of the stage is 1280 x 720 px. See files attached for reference. 

Thank you.

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Guru , May 08, 2022 May 08, 2022

Enlarge the image in Illustrator and import again.

This issue occurs in Flash Player when there aren't enough pixels for the vectors to render.

You can also enlarge it in Animate, but it has to be done to the raw shapes, not externally to a symbol.

After you scale the shapes up, you can scale down the symbol on the outside to maintain relative proportions.

 

 

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Enlarge the image in Illustrator and import again.

This issue occurs in Flash Player when there aren't enough pixels for the vectors to render.

You can also enlarge it in Animate, but it has to be done to the raw shapes, not externally to a symbol.

After you scale the shapes up, you can scale down the symbol on the outside to maintain relative proportions.

 

 

Nick - Character Designer and Animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of the Flanimate Power Tools team - extensions for character animation

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Great explanation and help. Much appreciated.

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You're most welcome!

Very glad I could help.

 

Nick - Character Designer and Animator, Flash user since 1998
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