Quality problem with SVG export from Adobe Illustrator

Community Beginner ,
Jul 02, 2022 Jul 02, 2022

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Good aftenoon,

I'm a french user of Illustrator, sorry for the writing mistakes. I'm trying to export an objet from an *.eps file. The original quality of the *.eps in Illustrator is very good. 

So I selected the object, then File -> Export selection -> SVG.

Here is the problem. You may see that the object imported in Photoshop is dirty. When I tried to import it into Illustrator, the result is the same.

* Picture in attachement

 

Settings of the SVG export :
- Internal CSS (tried with integrated style, doesn't work)
- Character font : SVG
- Pictures : keep
- Decimals : 2 (tried with 7, nothing change)
- With and without Minifier option
- Responsive option : yes

 

Did you have any idea to how make a right exportation ?

 

Thanks for reading,
Julien

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Jul 02, 2022 Jul 02, 2022

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Did you use any effects in this?

It looks like when expanding some raster effects this happened.

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Jul 11, 2022 Jul 11, 2022

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Thanks for you anser Monika.

I bought the SVG picture on iStockPhoto, in the *.esp format. How can I check if some raster effects have been applied ?

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Jul 11, 2022 Jul 11, 2022

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Select the objects in the original file and then check the Appearance panel

 

Since you cannot simply take the raster effects away, this won't help you much. Do you really need to save this as an SVG? Would a raster format Work as well?

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