I'm trying to export png - social media banner. Quality is maximum, ppi is 72 and antialias is checked from options. Despite this in final png text is w/o antialias and very ruff on edges.
Here a gif attached - what it is and what it should suppose to be.
How can I fix this?
The easiest way to fix this:
Export to PDF, open the PDF in PhotoShop and export from that to PNG.
You may use the legacy export for web feature with previewing the output.
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That is not a fix - just a workaround 🙂
For time being I'm exporting png as 600 ppi and using Photoshop droplet to resize 4500 pixel wide photo to 1080 pixels.
Is the (MUSIC text set in InDesign or is it a placed image? The GIF you attached is only 290px in width, is that the final dimension or should it be 1080px?
Text in InDesign. That gif is just a cropped piece and part of the bigger picture (but I naturally do not want show the whole page) showing the problem 🙂
This is what I get from CC2020:
Well, you may have discovered a new bug with InDesign.
Could you provide a sample document?
Put it on Dropbox or a similar service and share the download link.
Plus a screenshot of the export preferences for PNG and/or JPEG.
And: Do you export a selected element or a page?
( Could make a difference as well. )
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Sorry to hear about the trouble. Could you please share a few more details like:
We will be looking forward to your response.
I started another design and didn't face the same problem. So I figured that something in that 1st file is causing this. First I checked all photos and elements deleting them one be one... and finally got to one png file (was outside of my canvas and it took a while to find it (narrowing files from links) and by removing it, everything got better. I did flatten png in PS and saved it and vola! - suddenly everything works with that png.