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Would like to know how to use the Image Trace effectively in Illustrator 2020 version. I used to be able to do it effortlessly in Illustrator CS6. How do I image trace all straight lines, all right angles? Please help! Thanks!

 

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My advice is: use InDesign to generate a new QR code, copy and paste it into Illustrator.

Please check this quick video: QR from InDesign to Illustrator

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Image Trace settings needed to trace a QR code (.png) to vector ...

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Would like to know how to use the Image Trace effectively in Illustrator 2020 version. I used to be able to do it effortlessly in Illustrator CS6. How do I image trace all straight lines, all right angles? Please help! Thanks!

 

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Hi.

My advice is: use InDesign to generate a new QR code, copy and paste it into Illustrator.

Please check this quick video: QR from InDesign to Illustrator

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try to use Black and White Logo mode and set the Path and Corners accuracy as 100%

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Yes, I did. But unable to get the precision 😞

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Hi.

My advice is: use InDesign to generate a new QR code, copy and paste it into Illustrator.

Please check this quick video: QR from InDesign to Illustrator

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Definitely use InDesign.

 

If it is not possible for any reason to re-create the code, use Object > Create Object Mosaic to vectorize it. You need to count the squares before launching it. It only works with embedded images.

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