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When sharing my .ai file to my iPad it is extremely blurry!

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Feb 27, 2023 Feb 27, 2023

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Hi! 

 

I'm hoping this is a super simple fix as its been a long time since ive used illustrator so can't remember too much now! 

 

I imported a logo I designed on procreate to illustrator and used image trace to make it into a vector image, when I have tried to then re send this back to my ipad to use it on a document it is extremely extremely blurry. Do I need to save/share the image differently in order to keep the quality? I have just been saving the .ai doc and then airdropping to my ipad so I imagine it is something to do with this! 

 

I have tried sizing up the image but this hasn't helped.

 

Thank you!

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Community Expert , Feb 27, 2023 Feb 27, 2023

.ai formats are not normally readable in iOS natively, so what you may be seeing is a lo-res jpg version. Try saving the image as a .pdf or exporting directly as a .png (high quality) and see if the preview improves on your iPad.

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Feb 27, 2023 Feb 27, 2023

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How do you resend it to your iPad? As a vector graphic?

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.ai formats are not normally readable in iOS natively, so what you may be seeing is a lo-res jpg version. Try saving the image as a .pdf or exporting directly as a .png (high quality) and see if the preview improves on your iPad.

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