tayla | a week ago | 3 comments | 97 views
Hi guys, got a little problem I hope you can help with.
Is there a way I can clean up an image before saving it as a Tiff. I currently save an image from a show in super high quality but I am getting a lot of "razor saw teeth" when I open up in AI.
Any help or advice would be appreciated.
With my limited knowledge, I can only answer this:
Do you think about "Adjusting the editing resolution ..." on 8k before exporting your image? And provided that the documents used at the base are also high definition.
Otherwise you have to use vector images, but that's another story ...
Alex-Raymond T., a week ago
Thanks for the reply Alex-Raymond, the ones I have tried so far are from one of the Bluff packs I bought, so I would assume the quality would be fine. Can you import vector images into Bluff?
I was hoping for a fix as using BT I can come up with so much more than I can elsewhere with my limited skill set.
tayla, a week ago
If there's not enough memory, BluffTitler automatically switches back to a lower quality.
Here are tips to save precious video memory:
michiel, a week ago