RE: converting graphics

Subject: RE: converting graphics
From: "Brierley, Sean" <Sean -at- Quodata -dot- Com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 13:33:53 -0500

Illustrator is a vector package. Thus, the real original exists as an
illustrator file.

JPEG was a conversion. JPEG is lossy. Try exporting from Illustrator to GIF
for a non-lossy solution. I'm not sure what advantage BMP has over GIF . . .
do you need the extra colors BMP supports (24-bit versus 8-bit)? Word will
handle a GIF just fine.

What format did you ask your artist to deliver?

When you convert a vector image to bitmap such jaggies usually occur. Have
you considered creating the logo in two formats: one for print and one for
online? GIF and Illustrator, for example?

Using any anti-aliasing feature during the conversion should help. After the
conversion, though, I believe you are stuck with editing the bitmap as a
source. Go back to the vector image and see if you can tweak the export any.

Sean
sean -at- quodata -dot- com

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Janes [SMTP:jan_janes -at- cmsinc -dot- com]

The graphic artist for our company recently created a new product
logo using
Illustrator. She created it in .jpg format, intending to use it on
our web
site. She converted it to .bmp and .wpg format so I could put it
into
printed documentation (Word97), but the resolution is
terrible...very
jagged. Any ideas why this is and how to correct it?




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