Is there a way to chnage a low res image to high res in Coral Draw X5 please ?
CorelDRAW X8 was the first year I can remember PhotoZoom being bundled with the Suite. So your version has very few possibilities.
If the image is poor quality there is zero chance. If the image is low resolution but very high quality you might get away with resampling to double the resolution. Photo-PAINT X5 does a much better job the the same year version of Photoshop.
With that said newer versions of the CorelDRAW suite has that feature built in and it does a very good job with quality images.
PhotoZoom Pro2 was bundled to version X5
The original photo is just a low res jpg file.
The converted image is what was saved going from Photo Paint to PhotoZoom Pro2.
The below photo is what opens in PhotoZoom Pro2 without changing anything.
I see it has CMYK ?
All I do then is change to 300 DPI and save.
Establish what color space the original image is in by opening it in Photo-PAINT, save the file as a CPT file so it stays as clean as possible. Export to PhotoZoom make your resolution adjustments, save as a TIF file. Open the TIF file assign the proper profile (if needed) and save as embedding the profile.
Ok thx, I did all that and have saved the TIF file, It won't attach here, still looks same.
Just to clarify - After I save the image as a CPT file, do I then export that file back in to Photopaint and then continue ?
I di that anyway.
Also how do I do the last bit you said please ?:
"Open the TIF file assign the proper profile (if needed) and save as embedding the profile" ?
Will that make a difference ?
Please post a link to your original file for testing. The process I posted should maintain color integrity.
A link, how ? As I just have an iamge, posted the original image here....
The color shift is caused by the poor quality of the original image, PhotoZoom is trying to make a silk purse out of a sows ear.
Have you tried to do a Google reverse image search to see if you can find an original higher res sample?
Well there you go. 750px x 1000pxhttps://ih1.redbubble.net/image.2904901141.9377/flat,750x1000,075,t.jpg
Disclaimer. Use this image at your own risk, I think it is probably copyright.
Thx for your help and David's, much appreciated :)