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I made a facebook profile picture on illustrator and when I uploaded it, the quality was very poor..How can I adjust the quality so that the exported result is sharp?

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Facebook compresses images and graphics.  This compression is so that countries with slower internet can easily view images quickly.  They have gotten better over the years and I do not notice the pixelation as much, but it still can happen.

 

Another possibility is that you are uploading it as low res.  I always have my res set to 300 dpi. 

 

But most likely it is Facebook compressing your image.

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the quality is poor on illustrator

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I made a facebook profile picture on illustrator and when I uploaded it, the quality was very poor..How can I adjust the quality so that the exported result is sharp?

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Correct answer by KShinabery212 | Adobe Community Professional

Facebook compresses images and graphics.  This compression is so that countries with slower internet can easily view images quickly.  They have gotten better over the years and I do not notice the pixelation as much, but it still can happen.

 

Another possibility is that you are uploading it as low res.  I always have my res set to 300 dpi. 

 

But most likely it is Facebook compressing your image.

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AW,

 

Facebook and other social media are notorious for detroying/uglifying artwork by downgrading (to save bandwidth or some other excuse).

 

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Facebook compresses images and graphics.  This compression is so that countries with slower internet can easily view images quickly.  They have gotten better over the years and I do not notice the pixelation as much, but it still can happen.

 

Another possibility is that you are uploading it as low res.  I always have my res set to 300 dpi. 

 

But most likely it is Facebook compressing your image.

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