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Image becomes blurry after exporting as JPEG from Illustrator

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I have an image in illustrator that I am trying to save as a JPEG. The file will be uploaded so people can purchase and then print themselves for framing. JPEG is the most popular digital download, so I would like to keep this file type however PDF is a less than ideal option B. The file is crisp when I zoom in on illustrator, but becomes blurry when I save as JPEG. My saving settings are CMYK, high image quality, Baseline (standard) compression, higher (300DPI) resolution, and art-optimized (supersampling).

 

Any suggestions on how to fix this would be really appreciated. Let me know any additional information you need.

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JPEG is a raster image. Of course it's blurry when you zoom in.

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Image becomes blurry after exporting as JPEG from Illustrator

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I have an image in illustrator that I am trying to save as a JPEG. The file will be uploaded so people can purchase and then print themselves for framing. JPEG is the most popular digital download, so I would like to keep this file type however PDF is a less than ideal option B. The file is crisp when I zoom in on illustrator, but becomes blurry when I save as JPEG. My saving settings are CMYK, high image quality, Baseline (standard) compression, higher (300DPI) resolution, and art-optimized (supersampling).

 

Any suggestions on how to fix this would be really appreciated. Let me know any additional information you need.

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

JPEG is a raster image. Of course it's blurry when you zoom in.

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JPEG is a raster image. Of course it's blurry when you zoom in.

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Thanks for the constructive comment...

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You don't seem to understand the basics. All I can do is repeat; Don't zoom over 100%. 

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And remember that a CMYK JPEG is not supported by many software. 

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