Stop with the supersampling export artboard option!!!!!!
Seriously its becoming an irritating issue. Everytime when i want to export many artboard one short, i have to make sure i select supersampling....... otherwise it'll come out pixelated. I'm working in a fast pace environment and i can't keep double check on that option. why not just automatic just make sure the res at 72dpi come out the best appearance? Please fix this. Because if someone wants it to be lower appearance than hey, pls do click this more option. Really irritate me. Here is an image. Left, supersampling, right is not.
Hi Egor :)
This is what i'm experiencing. Previously, i don't use supersampling and it come out fine. File set up as such, and when i exported you see the two difference here.
So basically this is my work flow. I create many instagram post 1080px by 1080px, and once client ok with everything, I click file >> export >> export as (make sure i click use artboard) >> than the small pop out will appear by default its Type Optimized but hey, it come out like this. Very distorted. Some appear ok but most of the time i get this distorted effect. Than i have to re-export again using supersampling, only than it appear as the image on the right.
Is there a better way how to export multiple artboard in ai? The file is set to use rgb and use 72dpi. T_T Thank you man for the reply Sorry for my angry question hahaha. Sigh...... very very tight deadline and this kind of mistake keep appearing. Am i doing something wrong? Thank you Egor, Really appreciate it, and sorry reply late T_T
Sufian, you mean 'Anti-aliasing ' option in the JPEG/TIFF Options dialog window? Because 'Supersampling' is not a correct term I believe...
Does it switch for you into 'None'? Can you explain a bit more? There are many ways to export an image from Illustrator, and I know which are you using, because it always stays anti-aliased for me as I export stuff.