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jpeg is blurry when exporting to eps in illustrator

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I've created a logo in illustrator and the eps if fine but when I export to a jpg it is blurry. Any idea how to resolve? 

 

My settings in illustrator when I create the document is advanced opstions-  raster effects, high (300ppi)

 

I'm trying to figure out when I export a logo I created in Illustrator into a jpeg or a png the image is blurry. It's fine as an eps or a pdf. Any ideas how to rectify this situation? Also I'd like to get the margins with more white space around and even though I create it with lots of margins it crops it on three sides except the bottom. Any idea how to do this. 

 

Thanks in advance 🙂

 

 

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Correct answer by Nancy_OShea | Adobe Community Professional

JPG is a raster image.  To preserve crisp details at any size, export to SVG.

 

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jpeg is blurry when exporting to eps in illustrator

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I've created a logo in illustrator and the eps if fine but when I export to a jpg it is blurry. Any idea how to resolve? 

 

My settings in illustrator when I create the document is advanced opstions-  raster effects, high (300ppi)

 

I'm trying to figure out when I export a logo I created in Illustrator into a jpeg or a png the image is blurry. It's fine as an eps or a pdf. Any ideas how to rectify this situation? Also I'd like to get the margins with more white space around and even though I create it with lots of margins it crops it on three sides except the bottom. Any idea how to do this. 

 

Thanks in advance 🙂

 

 

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Correct answer by Nancy_OShea | Adobe Community Professional

JPG is a raster image.  To preserve crisp details at any size, export to SVG.

 

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JPG is a raster image.  To preserve crisp details at any size, export to SVG.

 

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