Hello, not sure if this is the right forum. I've just upgraded from X6 to 2019 and the anti-aliasing on Export for Web (to 24-bit png) seems to have become much more noticeable, with a reduction in quality of the output image. I'm exporting a vector from CorelDraw with some lettering - the output image has to be quite small because of the constraints of the web product I'm using - and it's really blurry compared to the output from X6. Has anyone else experienced the same / found a workaround to improve this? I don't seem to be getting any sense out of Corel support.
I don't use export for web I simply export as PNG with no issue. Can country both and post both results lease.
Hi David, thanks for the response. ctrl-E and export for web open the same dialog in the end. This is X6 - zoomed to 400% and screencapped.
This is 2019
If you look at particularly the footers of the letters in Plain (Palatino), there's a lot more grey, the 'A' is less distinct etc. It looks as though the anti-alias algorithm has changed. It's probably not noticeable on large logos but I'm restricted to 144x25 for this one and it's really making a difference.
Corel keep telling me to import a jpeg and trace it, which I'll try, but that doesn't answer the question of how to turn this into a png with a transparent background, which is what I'm going to need.