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Exporting as a jpeg and reducing pixelation

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Jul 10, 2020

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Hi all-

 

I have an design with photos made up on illustrator saved as ai and pdf files and I need it to be a jpeg so I can send to print as a photo. However everytime I do this it is pixelating the photos. They look perfect in Illustrator.. I am selecting 300dpi and maximum quality when I export so I can't understand why this is happening. Can anyone help?

 

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Exporting as a jpeg and reducing pixelation

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Hi all-

 

I have an design with photos made up on illustrator saved as ai and pdf files and I need it to be a jpeg so I can send to print as a photo. However everytime I do this it is pixelating the photos. They look perfect in Illustrator.. I am selecting 300dpi and maximum quality when I export so I can't understand why this is happening. Can anyone help?

 

Haley

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A JPEG is a raster file, so there are of course pixels in it.

At which size are you exporting?

Can you show it?

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