When I export from Fresco to .psd the vector layers show as Smart Objects. If I edit in Illustrator then reopen the file in Fresco it loses it vector qualities and demands pixel conversion before editing. This is not the case with pixel Smart objects in Photoshop.
How can one get an Illustrator file as a vector into Fresco. Surely this should be possible because the best thing about Fresco is the ability to use both graphic formats at once
It would be good if there was a workaround for this.
How do we get them to make it compatible, as I do like some of the functions but if not I'll stick to Draw.
If you tap on the gear icon in the top right then select Help you'll see a Suggest a feature option.
This will take you to a UserVoice page where you can suggest things or upvote other suggestions if someone has already mentioned something on a similar line to what you're thinking of.
I definitely agree Fresco should be more compatible with AI, specially since AI for iPad is on the cards.
I think official documentation says export to pdf and open in illustrator if you want the vectors
Thanks for the tip but I tried that. You end up with an un-editable image.
i've tried it and each visible layer comes up as a layer in illustrastor. each stroke and paintfill it a separate object. non-visible layer do not get exported
I started my vector work in Fresco, saved as PDF then when I opened in Illustrator, it was ... odd! Just was one unnamed layer, then stuck with it, got it back to a decent standard, but then was a pain again when I wanted to reopen back to Illustrator
I am always checking when Illustrator is coming for the iPad as I think that fresco is great, but just simply jumping back to and from isn't its strongpoint
I am having the same problem with Fresco. The file in Fresco is completely Vector...but exporting to illustrator tas a pdf here is a mix of bitmap layers and vector??