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Community Beginner ,
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Hi  

I have one problem when i import my image png to illustrator. I got a white stroke arrond the image.

this is  the png :

sacTrain.png

 this is when i impot the image in illustrator  (problem come: when i zoom in and zoom out):

Capturewhite.PNG

when  i try CTRL+E the image is pixelated.

 

Capture5.PNG

help !

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white stroke arrond the image PNG

Community Beginner ,
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Hi  

I have one problem when i import my image png to illustrator. I got a white stroke arrond the image.

this is  the png :

sacTrain.png

 this is when i impot the image in illustrator  (problem come: when i zoom in and zoom out):

Capturewhite.PNG

when  i try CTRL+E the image is pixelated.

 

Capture5.PNG

help !

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Since this is a .png file and not an original vector graphic, I presume that the problem is caused by the process of the image on Photoshop (probably): Someone tried to turn the image on a transparent backround, leaving this light white shade. 

You could process it again on Photoshop to correct it. 

Also, if the .png file is significately lower in resolution (e.g 72 ppi) than the document you are working on (e.g. 300 ppi), you will have pixel problems. 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for reply.

The was image in vector in illustrator , then i export it  to png.

when i import this image again in format png in illustrator for some reason i got this problem  (when i zoom in and out).

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Capture6.PNG

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In what resolution is the png file you export? And what is the resolution of the file you are working on?

Are they both RGB or CMYK?

If you created the vector why don't you use directly the vector file instead of the .png file?

Also do you have your view on CPU?

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Thank you.

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Export for Screens at 2X or 3X or more to get a better resolution.

Never zoom in on a 72 ppi pixel image, you will see bigger pixels.

Why would you export a vector illustration as image in Illustrator to import it again in Illustrator? You will lose quality and editability.

Just copy and paste the vector illustration if you need it in another Illustrator document.

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