Hello, I am trying to apply a wrapped label to a 3D container I made in Illustrator. Unfortunately when I apply the graphic is very low resolution and I cannot seem to figure out why this is happening. I have changed my PPI setting to 300 in Document Raster Effects. Also, the Graphic is a PNG file that I created in Illustrator at 300ppi resolution.
I scoured the web for most of the day and can't find a solution to the problem.
DId you check out the Raytracing settings and also turn on Raytracing?
Yes, I did ray tracing and it did not change the graphic just makes it have better lighting but does not change the resolution of the graphic. Selecting the option to render as a vector breaks the design and makes it disappear.
Do I need to do something specific to the Graphic file before adding it to the Graphic library?
In that case probably your resolution is just not enough. 300 ppi as such doesn't say anything about quality. Are there enough pixels in it?
Usually I use symbol as decals. Did you try to convert your artwork to symbol and use it as a decal instead of PNG?
I don't see an option for Symbols to apply to a 3D object only Material and Graphics. How would is that only in the legacy 3D Objects?
The Labels in 3D & Materials are assigned via Symbols. It's not very obvious. You probably created a symbol without noticing.