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Carlos Marques | 9 years ago | 4 comments | 6 likes | 3,006 views

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BT 8.3.1
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Carlos, again nice work

I know you do a lot of work with EPS, is this another EPS you created? If so how are you getting your edges so smooth with no jaggies?

I am using a program called "BMP 2 EPS" to create the EPS files.

My show settings are "High Quality"
My movie settings are set to "Software AA Super High Quality"

My original BMP files look good but they are not as smooth in BT

rudemartini, 9 years ago

rudemartini, this has nothing to do with antialiasing.

The problem is that your EPS is not detailed enough. I think the easiest way to improve this is to increase the resolution of the logo bitmap before tracing it.

michiel, 9 years ago


Ahh!Thanks

Can you give an ideal resolution size? As you can see the edges are not smooth. The original art work in the tribal design was jaggie. What would you recommend, what is the best format to create jaggie free art work from scratch?

I am using Photoshop CS5.

rudemartini, 9 years ago

Nice show!

I don't see any jaggies. Antialiasing is perfect. What I do see is a low poly logo: your logo has a small number of polygons. Round shapes are built out of straight lines.

This can be fixed by improving the quality of the EPS file. For example by tracing a higher resolution bitmap.

Also try the SETTINGS > HIGH QUALITY mode in BluffTitler. In this mode, EPS splines are rendered rounder.

michiel, 9 years ago


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