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Way to smooth vectored images all at once?

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by The Phranc, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. The Phranc

    The Phranc Member

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    Had a lady stop in yesterday who used Corel and while I was smoothing out a scanned signature for a race car she mentioned how she had a tool in Corel that would have smooth out the jagged pixel lines in one fell swoop instead of how I was doing it a section at a time with the 'optimize by curve' tool.

    Is there a tool in Flexi 8.6 that does that and I'm not seeing it or maybe some kind of plug in?
     
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  2. Mike Paul

    Mike Paul Major Contributor

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    Select everything with the point selection tool and use reduce points
     
  3. ionsigns

    ionsigns Member

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    If the original signature was created on coated stock or non-porous surface with a Sharpie® that has the tip "blunted" then SCAN at 300/600 dpi TIFF then the convert-to-vector will not pixelate anyway.

    GO LARGE or go HOME jagged.
     
  4. The Phranc

    The Phranc Member

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    That worked pretty good for the long sweeping parts but it killed some of the smaller details changing the shape. Looks like I'll just have to clean some of it by hand than reduce points.

    Thanks.
     
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