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chris.pitt
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Raster print quality

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12-05-2012 05:02 AM

Hi

 

I'm having issues with print quality on certain drawings, which is a shame as print quality generally exceeds that of AutoCAD Architecture.

 

The issue I have is with a SHADED and shadowed elevation drawing.  When I go to print to PDF it insists line removal is done using raster rather than vector processing.  This leads to a poor quality PDF both on screen and printed.

 

I accept that automatically generated shadows may make this necessary but with then turned off, I don't.

 

If I print a coloured plan, say a room or area drawing with automatically generated colours, it's quite happy to plot it using vector processing.  I DO NOT see any difference between this and a shaded elevation without shadows!  Should anyone from Autodesk read this please justify.

 

For anyone else reading this do you have a way of improving the look of raster processed output?

 

Regards

 

Christopher Alan Pitt

Frank Shaw Associates

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Chris.Aquino
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Registered: ‎06-27-2010
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Re: Raster print quality

12-11-2012 07:53 AM in reply to: chris.pitt

If you can post screenshots of what you are seeing, it may help the community to get a better idea of what you are seeing.



Chris Aquino
Technical Support Specialist
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Autodesk, Inc.


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