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Bad quality when exporting as JPEG file

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Trying to export an Ai file as a JPEG, no matter which quality I select the images come out much more pixelated/low res. Needed for a website/web pages so need to be high res! Any solutions? 

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Bad quality when exporting as JPEG file

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Trying to export an Ai file as a JPEG, no matter which quality I select the images come out much more pixelated/low res. Needed for a website/web pages so need to be high res! Any solutions? 

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What size is your AI file in pixels? What size in pixels do you need to export? What is happening instead?

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Roughly 1000 x 1000 - just good enough quality for social media, to be honest I'm a newby to Illustrator and am using a previous template size however I dont know the exact size or where to find that out!

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Best practive would be to create an artboard at the size you need an export that. To see the size of your existing artboard, choose the artboard tool (Shift + O) and select it, then look at the Control bar or Properties panel.

 

However, even if it's not the size you need, you can export a specific pixel size with File > Export > Export for Screens (choose a width or height to scale by), or Save for Web.

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Are you using the "Export for Screens..." or "Save for Web (Legacy)" option?

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