Small raster photoshop images (72dpi) are importing blurry into Character Animator or Animate

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Jul 26, 2022 Jul 26, 2022

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Just as the title says. Much of my work is smaller pixel art and they appear crisp and sharp in photoshop. When importing the .psd photoshop image (not a png or jpg but importing a .psd file) into Character Animator or Animate, the images appear blurry or anti-aliased. My photoshop images are 72 dpi and smaller resolutions. Does Animate and Character Animator upscale to a higher resolution than the source? Or is my image being anti-aliased somewhere?

 

Here is the pixel art image in photoshop

Maple225388085kuw_1-1658890945230.png

 

Here is what it looks like in Character Animator or Animate. 

Maple225388085kuw_0-1658890926852.png

Here are my settings in Photoshop:

-RGB, 8-Bits per Channel, 21px x 63px, Resolution 72dpi. Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels, Color Profile: sRGB IEC61966-2.1

Note: I have tried creating an image at 300dpi and then assembling my source art, but get the same result. 

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