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    When I export a JPG from the "Export for Screens" dialog at any resolution (I usually do 300dpi), placed raster graphics have a jagged edge. The same artboard exported at the same resolution with the same anti-aliasing settings using File > Export > Export As turns out nice and smooth.

    Note: neither "Type Optimized" or "Art Optimized" settings help. Resetting AI preferences did not help.

    Operating System: macOS Mojave and Catalina (happening on two different systems)

    Steps to Reproduce:
    1. Create an artboard in Illustrator
    2. Place a raster image with curved edges such as an oval, especially if it's rotated slightly
    3. Export the artboard as a JPG at 300dpi using "Export for Screens"

    Expected Result:
    Nice smooth JPG that looks like my artboard, like "Export for Screens" used to produce.

    Actual Result:
    JPG with jagged edges on placed raster images.

    The attached JPG was exported with "Export for Screens" and shows the jagged edges.

    Here is a link to a .zip file containing the original AI file, placed PSD graphic, and two exported JPGs. JPG 01 was exported with "Export for Screens" and JPG 02 was exported with File > Export > Export As.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/178DVhjV7IOXdqGsPziG6huguhWU0LDxS/view?usp=sharing

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    When I export a JPG from the "Export for Screens" dialog at any resolution (I usually do 300dpi), placed raster graphics have a jagged edge. The same artboard exported at the same resolution with the same anti-aliasing settings using File > Export > Export As turns out nice and smooth.

    Note: neither "Type Optimized" or "Art Optimized" settings help. Resetting AI preferences did not help.

    Operating System: macOS Mojave and Catalina (happening on two different systems)

    Steps to Reproduce:
    1. Create an artboard in Illustrator
    2. Place a raster image with curved edges such as an oval, especially if it's rotated slightly
    3. Export the artboard as a JPG at 300dpi using "Export for Screens"

    Expected Result:
    Nice smooth JPG that looks like my artboard, like "Export for Screens" used to produce.

    Actual Result:
    JPG with jagged edges on placed raster images.

    A .zip file is attached with original AI file, placed PSD graphic, and two exported JPGs. JPG 01 was exported with "Export for Screens" and JPG 02 was exported with File > Export > Export As.

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    It is not as straightforward as it may sound :) We have been working to take advantage of threads and other hardware such as GPU/Video RAM in places where it can make a higher impact. We are prioritizing areas that are slow instead of making a generic change and destabilizing the product. Product stability is the top priority for us and we have been consistently trying to improve it. We want to move with caution and make changes without compromising on the quality. Hope this helps.

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