Quality of Finished Logo

Discussion in 'Logo Designs' started by dkgodfrey, Jun 20, 2009.

  1. dkgodfrey

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    I created a logo that I plan to project onto a screen. I created it on a canvas set at 640 x 480 pixels. The logo fills the canvas. Even when I look at the image imported into Powerpoint, it looks very pixelated around the edges. It is not sharp like I thought it would be.

    I have exported the logo as both a .png and a .jpeg. Both look about the same.

    Please help. I need sharp looking logo.

    Keith
     
  2. awalck

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    Hey Keith, Sorry you are having trouble. Double check the export resolution first - it's under EXPORT, then at the very top is EXPORT RESOLUTION. Make it 200 or 300 dpi. If it's still pixelated, maybe you could post a jpg or png of it on this thread so we can see what's happening.

    Thanks,
     
  3. Learning Lady

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    Quality of Finished Logo - Help me too pls

    HI

    I am new here and came to the forum to find help with a similar problem.

    I just bought the WGC software to create 3D ebook covers. I have done my first one but I am not happy with the jagged edges. I have saved it as a jppeg image (attached).

    Please note, I am not technically very literate at all, especially when it comes to graphics and design.

    I'd appreciate any tips or help. Thanks in advance.
     

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  4. Doc

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    Hi Learning Lady I cleaned up the jaggies from your book for you. hth
     

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  5. Ohiosweetie

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    good job Doc :)
     
  6. Learning Lady

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    Wow. Thank you. That looks really great.

    Now is there anyway I can learn to do it myself...or do I need special software or special expertise?

    I plan to create a couple more products that will need ebook covers.
     

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