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Making an image a higher quality - February 20th 2011, 08:49 AM

This is urgent, I need to submit stuff by tonight for yearbook. =)

How do I make an image on my computer a higher quality?
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Re: Making an image a higher quality - February 21st 2011, 06:09 AM

I don't think you can. The quality of the image is the quality. :/ I think the only thing you can do is go into Picnik (or another photo editing program) and adjust the contrast, sharpness, etc. Good luck!
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Re: Making an image a higher quality - February 21st 2011, 07:06 AM

The only way to accomplish this is to vectorize your raster image into a vector image. Vector graphics are resolution independent so you can resize to pretty much any size without losing quality.

Depending on the complexity of your image, autotrace might not work; you would have to hand-trace it. For someone without much experience, this might be a several-hour piece of work to several days.

For raster graphics, changing interpolation settings will help reduce pixelation. But it's not very much. Vectorizing your image is the way to go here.

So good luck on that.
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