White stripe after exporting JPEG and TIFF

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Mar 18, 2021 Mar 18, 2021

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Sorry for my bad english and my inexperience.

I have to make a logo for a friend, I managed to finish it, but when I have to export it in JPG and TIFF format, a white band appears on the right of the images and I cannot eliminate it. I also tried to enlarge the artwork area by a few mm, but the result does not change. How can I do? Thanks a lot in advance for your help

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 18, 2021 Mar 18, 2021
Don't export. Save in Illustrator as PDF and open that in Photoshop. From there, Save As/Export the desired raster formats. Or... Set up a new Photoshop canvas and copy/paste from Illustrator.

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Don't export.

Save in Illustrator as PDF and open that in Photoshop. From there, Save As/Export the desired raster formats.

Or...

Set up a new Photoshop canvas and copy/paste from Illustrator.

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Thank you so so much, I was going crazy, that worked perfectly!

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No need to save as PDF, Photoshop can open Illustrator files.

And you can export from Illustrator when you check a few things:

Set you units to pixels.

Measure from the upper left corner.

Make sure the object you want to export and your Artboards don't contain fractional pixel sizes.

Export at 72 ppi or multiples (like 144, 288 ppi).

 

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