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Can't get the best image quality! Help!

New Here ,
Nov 25, 2017

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Hello everyone,

I am creating an online-shop for my brand. Since the products are scarves, it is very important for me to have the best image quality.

1- First I resize the image on photoshop and save it as png

2- Then I open muse create a rectangular and select transform and paste the image into the box. (The box and the image has exactly the same size.)

3- when I click on preview, I see the big quality difference between the one on the website and the one on Muse.

Does anybody know why this is happening? Thank you so much!

Please read this thread and especially the links, you find there: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2416435

If you have no success, please create a new .muse document, place one(!) image into it and share this document, together with the original(!) image with via Dropbox, Creative Cloud or a different file sharing service.

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Can't get the best image quality! Help!

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Hello everyone,

I am creating an online-shop for my brand. Since the products are scarves, it is very important for me to have the best image quality.

1- First I resize the image on photoshop and save it as png

2- Then I open muse create a rectangular and select transform and paste the image into the box. (The box and the image has exactly the same size.)

3- when I click on preview, I see the big quality difference between the one on the website and the one on Muse.

Does anybody know why this is happening? Thank you so much!

Please read this thread and especially the links, you find there: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2416435

If you have no success, please create a new .muse document, place one(!) image into it and share this document, together with the original(!) image with via Dropbox, Creative Cloud or a different file sharing service.

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Please read this thread and especially the links, you find there: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2416435

If you have no success, please create a new .muse document, place one(!) image into it and share this document, together with the original(!) image with via Dropbox, Creative Cloud or a different file sharing service.

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