When sending an image from adobe fresco to illustrator in 300 ppi on the iPad- illustrator automatically converts it down to 72 ppi and I can't find a solution. I've spent hundreds of hours on several projects for print and they are useless without the ability to be vector and scaleable -- I've exported in every imaginable option and they are blurry no matter what. Note --- there are NO PIXEL layers in the projects. It's all vector. Someone please help - I'm so frustrated and about to miss a deadline. This whole experience has been a non-user friendly nightmare.
Thanks in advance- whoever might have a solution I hope you win the lottery.
I dont have an iPad/fresco, but read the options here. Did you ?
I would though instead choose PDF as the format then open in illustrator and you can make whatever resolution you need.
Yes I read through that article and no such luck 😞
Yes- however illustrator does not allow an import on the files - there is a send direct from fresco to illustrator, in which the quality change happens. I will go read through the link.
I don't use an iPad or know what Fresco is, but you can't save to Adobe Cloud?
It's interesting you say you are sending it as 300ppi and then say there are no pixels... It's all vector.
ppi has no bearing on vector art, if you are saving it in a vector art format.
It does have a bearing if you are saving as jpg, png, tif, psd, etc., etc.
Adobe fresco is a dual pixel and vector app that allows you to work with both - but you have to send it from fresco to illustrator in order to export in vector. It isn't all vector format from fresco to illustrator. It comes in rastor and you have to convert it--- it makes no sense and if i knew it would be this difficult I wouldn't have gone that route.
Im saving the images to my local iPad storage and iCloud but nether would open on illustrator. I'll give adobe cloud a try. Thanks for the idea--- i know it makes no sense, don't ever use adobe fresco if you want to print.