Why is it that some logos I bring into Photoshop as smart objects look fine while others look pixelated? Is there anything I can do to improve that?
For me as well.
I created a group of objects, all vector, and with some type. All vector and scalable to whatever size without problems inside the group. But, if I turn it into an smart object, everything gets pixelated like if it was raster... pretty weird, And my "antialias" box is disabled, and greyed out.
Can someone post a fix for this? This didn't happen before... I am using latest version of CC
But, if I turn it into an smart object, everything gets pixelated like if it was raster... pretty weird
You do not seem to understand what a Smart Object created in Photoshop is, it is a psb, so a vector Smart Object in the Smart Object is expressed as pixels in the containing document.
Understood. It's a shame though, I think.
Hi Chris Cox,
I feel like I never heard the answer to khemist000 re " ...This seems like it would fix the same issue that Im having as the original poster, HOWEVER, my Anti-Alias checkbox is greyed out and cannot be clicked. Am I missing a step?" I'm having the same problem Why is the anti-alias box greyed out?
Hi, do you know how i can turn on anti-aliasing while on Free Transform?