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Exporting

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by Hollywood, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. Hollywood

    Hollywood Member

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    Am I doing this right. I need to put a cust. logo on a disk in Jpeg format. I Exported from flexi as a Jpeg and when we opened it there, it was real grainy, what am I doing wrong?
     
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  2. MAB SIGNS

    MAB SIGNS Very Active Member

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    Are you taking the check out of the suppression box which allows you to adjust dpi? I export mine at 50% / 150 dpi.
     
  3. RiXaX

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    I usually save my file as a Flexi file.

    Then I open it in another window and draw a box around it leaving a comfortable margin, and click on the X on the end of the color chart to make it clear.

    Then I select all and convert it to paths, and reduce it proportionally to around five inches tall.

    At that point I can export it as a jpg at 300 dpi without any compression. These seem to be openning clearly .
     
  4. TresL

    TresL Very Active Member

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    I tend to save as an EPS then use ILL to save to web.
     
  5. Hollywood

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    Thanks Guys, I'll try that.
     
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