I have a file that has 30 pages. I want to export each page as a jpg having a resolution of 200dpi. Using File>export option 30 times is a time consuming and cumbersome process. Is there a quick way to do it. Like I give a command for 30 jpegs export and corel makes 30 jpeg files for me for each corresponding page?
Need to export all my .cdr in several hundred folders, out to .jpg with matching file name and -1 -2 for page listings, but I want to keep the same folder structure but put it in a folder Next my CDR folder.
I'll try to write this logically, but as logic has failed to get me the output I want, I suspect somewhere there will be something highly illogical...
I am trying to export a JPEG file, complete with images. I have setup the original file to 2362x602 pixels, at 300 ppi (making a canvas approximately 200x50mm). This is confirmed through Image -> Canvas Size.
Now if I want to print to paper, I can check the settings through Image -> Print Size, to confirm what size I will get.
What I want is to be able to do the same thing for an export jpg function. I need the JPG to come out at a specific dimension, not a specific pixel size. If I export my file now (File -> Export) as a jpg, I end up with a jpeg much wider than 200mm. A quick rightclick->properties shows me the jpg is still 2362x602 pixels, at '300dpi.' So why is that not the size I expect it to be?
When I export for Corel to Jpeg i have varying success of getting black truely black. I have messed with the settings but when i think i have it nailed next time this setting does not work successfully. the colors seem washed out not the same as the original design. [URL] .........
When I choose an object and choose "Export", when I save it as a jpeg, the object edges are always way too close to the edge/border/square of the created jpg image. It is like I need to create a border around the object before I export it or something.
I want to but an object on the background (the original 'blank page' square or whatever color or image I choose as the background for that square)... Then, when I export as a jpg, I want the background to be in the jpeg (which it usually is), BUT without the object being right on the edges of the background. When I export as a pdf, the object stays in the same spot in relationship to the background. But for some reason when I export it as a jpeg, the object (s) always take up the whole background. When the object is text, it is crammed right on the edge of the jpeg image.
Do I need to weld the object (s) to the background somehow before I export? And if I did that, how would I then select the combined "object/background object" to then save it as a jpeg?
I am trying to send a file to a printer for a banner for a client.They only accept a pdf or jpeg at 100% scale at minimum 150dpi resolution.
I banner is over 12 metres long (12,935mm X 1100mm) and only contains vector items.
I am using corel draw x5 and have installed service pack 3. And it won't let me do either.
The largest jpeg corel will let me export at 150 dpi is 5080mm long. Any way to export larger jpeg?
When i export to pdf the resulting pdf is just blank! When I import the pdf back into corel, it imports back into corel perfectly and there doesn't seem to any issues (even tho the pdf is blank). however when I sent the file to the printer, they said it was blank as well. I read some forums that said pdfs have a limit of around 5metres, which explains the pdf issue. Even though the printer told they print pdfs larger than 5 metres all the time.
when you export any size graphic as a jpg (selected only or not) the dialogue box comes up empty, completely! when i go to close it, it crashes corel. If I tick the donot show filter dialogue box It makes a jpg image but i have no control over the settings. It works when I export to bmp! this is getting frustrating as I often have to jpeg some graphics for customers.
Quick question, I just created a logo and I'm wondering if there is a way to export the logo into jpeg without the white background. I create posters for my husbands business and it will not be a problem when i add our logo to our posters because I can just remove the background myself.
My problem will be when I have to send the logo to other companies, they usually ask for the logo in jpeg. I've already exported the logo into a jpeg but of course the white document background appears. Is there any way to export ONLY the logo into a jpeg?
When I am exporting a jpg from CorelDraw X6, I keep getting random columns of white pixels to the right of the graphic image. If I switch the matte color in the export dialogue to black, I get random amounts of black pixels. In X4, when I would export a jpg, the resulting file would be cropped right to the image edge, with no extra pixels. I'm getting anywhere from 1 to as many as 8 columns of extra pixels on the right hand side, which is problematic for utilizing the resulting files for page layout.
I achieve the same results when choosing "Export for Office" and "Export for Web".
I'm running a 64-bit install on a Win 7 64-bit box.
I've recently got a new computer, and after installing corel on it, I've found that I am unable to open files with corel, as soon as i press the open button corel crashes, but i am able to open the files when i goto the actual file in my documents and click open in there, and i am unable to save files any way whatsoever (due to crashing isues again) i am also unable to export my artwork to a jpeg, also an immediate crash.
To send to the printer it needs to be a PDF file. I have two separate issues:
1. I have an image faded into the background with text over it. When I export to PDF, this image disappears and does not show up. What settings do I have to change to prevent this?
2. The 2nd question is about size. The size of my document is 5.5 x 9. However, when I export it to a PDF it is a much larger size. I am not talking about the size percentage. When it is at 100% (I would think this should be the actual size) and I print, it is printing as 8.5 x 11. The printing options are set to print to actual size.
I'm using a Mac. My windows friend sent me a jpeg of a piece of art we're working on. It looked fine in the web browser. It looked fine in Preview when I opened it, and it looked fine in Photoshop. But when I save it from photoshop after adding just a small thing to the image, the whole thing comes out a bit brighter. I have no idea what's doing it. I've tried Save For Web and Save As and it comes out the same each time. I have played with color settings in the past slightly, but it was my understanding that only affected how photoshop displays the image and I wouldn't expect it to change an image I imported then exported again.
I am having some trouble making a batch process to save jpeg images with web compression.
I have been able to record an action to alter the file and resave as a jpeg, but the files are too large (40k instead of 8k) ... Which is what I would get if I chose 'save for website', but the thing is you have to enter the filename and for a batch job where
I often have 20-30 bitmap photos that I need to convert to high-quality JPEGs. Is there a way, perhaps in BRIDGE, that I can batch convert them all to Quality 12 JPEGs ? I am using Photoshop CS5 with a fast Windows 7 desktop.
I recently upgraded to CS3 form CS2. Over the weekend, I spent several hours tweaking about 200 RAW images in Bridge, that I need to convert to JPGs. I used a batch action that I created some time back in CS2 to convert the images from RAW (basically open and do a Save As as JPG), but it didn't pick up any of the tweaks that I made to the images during the conversion process, because I had Ignore or Suppress Open Dialog checked. I unchecked that open and re-ran the script but am now being prompted to open each image. I then modified the action to include the open command. Running the script now still doesn't quite seem to work as I'd expected. The only tweak it seems to pick up are the crops, but it doesn't process any of the tonal/color balance tweaks. Each image has the modification icon on them, indicating that changes were made, but the Photoshop Batch command isn't using them. Any suggestions on how to get this to work? I'm also very open to any other suggestions one may have on converting adjusted Camera RAW images to JPEG.
Up until a month or so ago, using photoshop CS5 - windows, a batch psd conversion of nummerous files say fred1. psd through fred10.psd gave me fred1 jpeg through fred10.jpeg. I saveconversions to a dump jpeg folder on another drive where there are also, dump psd and dump tiff with tiff not being much used.
Using actions, the first conversion of a series will be fred.jpeg but thereafter it will be fred1 copy.jpeg through fred10 copy .jpeg. No big deal for a few files as the word copy can be deleted. However, if a jpeg file say fred.jpeg needs to be updated in say a slide show or web site then the new conversion of the updated file as fred copy.jpeg causes identity problems.
how can I return to the situation where fred.psd becomes fred.jpeg and not fred copy.jpeg. This does not seem to happen for individual conversions the manual way. I tried to convert to jpeg 2000 but the same happened. I'm not sure about jpeg 2000 and how it would work if taking to a phot processor for "photographic" prints.