This used to work just fine, but the last few months when ever I use"export for screens" the images are exported with distortions (See attachements). If I export the files individually it exports correctly . Which is fine when is just a couple of images but I need to expor 200+ banners so it takes more time to export than actually bulding the banners. Please fix this.
When exporting which settings do you use in each of the methods?
I suppose when exporting the images one by one you do not use Export for screens, but instead ...?
In "save for screens", I've tried, type otimized, art optimized, and none. All of them with and without interlaced, and all in jpg and png.
For individual ones, I do "save for web" type or art optimized depending on the banner. Sometimes jpg sometimes png24 depending on the size specs
JPEG and PNG are NOT vector formats.
There is no need to be rude. What I meant is that everything on the source file is vector, so there shouldn't be any problem when exporting. I'm trying to get help from the experts on the software, one would expect better from Adobe
to maintain the quality, Select 2x or 3x from scale when exporting for screen
Your original post was about Export for Screens, but here you've shown Save for Web, with anti-aliasing turned off (which looks as I would expect).
What settings did you use in Export for Screens for your original problem?
There are differences in size and alpha channel. What else? Anti-aliasing method, Type or Art optimized? 8 bit or png 24?
As you can see, you can also select Art Optimized for Anti-aliasing.
And when choosing Transparent, an Alpha channel will be created to preserve transparency.