Adobe AI Changing pixel dimension of exported JPGs

Community Beginner ,
Jan 20, 2021

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Hi, I have precise 1920x1080 AI Artboards. When I export to JPGs, the resulting image is 1920x1081. As a result, when I drop these fullscreen images into Keynote, they don't appear full frame, 1920x1080. They appear 1919x1080 when dropped in. This should not be happening. What is the fix? Please help. THANK YOU!

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A mix of these things solved the problem! Thank you for the swift service.

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Is your artboard aligned to the pixel grid?

Which export do you use?

Which version is it?

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Oh the document grid? I'm not sure. Is there an easy way to do that, selecting all artboards?

 

I'm using File > Export > Export As > JPG > Resolution: 72ppi etc...

 

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Select the artboard tool, set the doument unit to pixels, set the registration point to top left and then check x and y of your artboard.

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And what if I have 70 artboards? They are storyboards.

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Then you have to check it for all of them or at least the ones that give you trouble.

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Well all are troublesome. Would I have to just align artboards to the document grid and ensure gaps in btween all artboards are also aligned to exact pixels?

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Align the first one.

Click the rearrange all artboards button to align them all at once

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A mix of these things solved the problem! Thank you for the swift service.

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