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Thread: Smoothing out the pixels?
March 29th, 2008 #1
Smoothing out the pixels?
Hey up: Recently I've been starting concepts in Corel Draw or Autocad then bringing them into PS. But this leaves perfect 1-0 edges, and I'm still looking for a half decent way to smooth off those pixelated edges. Running round with a blur tool works ok, but not great (depending on the amount of edge to cover) - there must be a better way?
Picture, words, thousand, etc.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberMarch 29th, 2008 #2
Well you have an option of one of the many blur filters for one. Gaussian blur might be your best bet.
There might be a way to export your CD files to a Photoshop recognizable format without losing your vector paths. Google would be your best bet on that though, I don't know anything about Draw.
March 29th, 2008 #3
March 30th, 2008 #4
might also be down to dpi of the original image. anything around 150-300 should work a little better than the stock standard 72dpi. you will always find limits to your zoom/resizing when working with bitmap based images, but as AdamR said, export any vectors as an EPS and youll be laughing
March 31st, 2008 #5
export the coreldraw as a png or jpeg. png files hold transparencies. should fix the problem unless if you want to keep the paths then save as an eps instead.
April 1st, 2008 #6