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Export to pdf - Diagram in a Vector format

Export to pdf - Diagram in a Vector format

BartDS
Junior Member
1
05-03-2024, 09:13 PM
#1
Hi,

when exporting to pdf (or jpg), the resolution of the diagram isn't high enough to properly read the description next to my shots.

Is it possible to use a vector based image in the pdf or export to a vector based image file (like svg or eps)?
Or can I set the resolution for the exported image somewhere?
BartDS
05-03-2024, 09:13 PM #1

Hi,

when exporting to pdf (or jpg), the resolution of the diagram isn't high enough to properly read the description next to my shots.

Is it possible to use a vector based image in the pdf or export to a vector based image file (like svg or eps)?
Or can I set the resolution for the exported image somewhere?

JohnGeo
Junior Member
1
05-16-2024, 07:26 PM
#2
Hi I have the same problem. It practically ruins Shot Designer for me as I would really like to have everything in print in high definition on set for the whole crew to be able to see. And even for web the quality is ridiculously bad you cant make out any detail. It so bad even making a screenshot in a 1080p monitor is many times better than the export quality. This is something that should be adressed immediately by the devs. Vectors could be a very nice and maybe fancy solution. But for starters just a high res jpeg would suffice. Actually, high res.
JohnGeo
05-16-2024, 07:26 PM #2

Hi I have the same problem. It practically ruins Shot Designer for me as I would really like to have everything in print in high definition on set for the whole crew to be able to see. And even for web the quality is ridiculously bad you cant make out any detail. It so bad even making a screenshot in a 1080p monitor is many times better than the export quality. This is something that should be adressed immediately by the devs. Vectors could be a very nice and maybe fancy solution. But for starters just a high res jpeg would suffice. Actually, high res.

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