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Pixels breaking up on animate export (using illustrator vector)

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May 22, 2020

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When importing a pixel .ai vector from illustrator (either by copying/pasting from illustrator or by importing from desktop) I am seeing the pixels break up when exporting the animation (e.g. increasing the size). There is no issue with the vector as I am able to scale in both the animate UI and export from illustrator at any size. Any ideas what's happening?

 

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Screenshot 2020-05-22 at 01.35.28.png

 

 

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Pixels breaking up on animate export (using illustrator vector)

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When importing a pixel .ai vector from illustrator (either by copying/pasting from illustrator or by importing from desktop) I am seeing the pixels break up when exporting the animation (e.g. increasing the size). There is no issue with the vector as I am able to scale in both the animate UI and export from illustrator at any size. Any ideas what's happening?

 

Before export:

Screenshot 2020-05-22 at 01.35.28.png

 

 

After export

 

Screenshot 2020-05-22 at 01.35.14.png

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I'm almost afraid to ask why you're creating pixel art in a vector graphics program. That heart could be redrawn from scratch in Photoshop in a minute flat and imported into Animate with zero conversion issues.

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