投稿日時： Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:39AM
I am getting files readdy for my third attempt at submtting work as a vector contributor. I have had all of my files rejected because of problems I am running into with exporting to EPS.
I am wondering what the go to export routine is for illustrators here you use CorelDRAW. I have read that many people export to AI, open in AI, then export to EPS from there after they touch the file up again....
I currently don't own AI, so this isn't an option for me. Is this the only way I am going to be able to get my images to export properly? That seems a bit convoluted,but if it is the only thing that works, I guess I have to bite the bullete and spend a ton of $$$ on AI that I don't particularly like using...
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, as I hope I am just missing something simple!
投稿日時： Mon Apr 23, 2012 11:11AM
Hey abdoyle, I do know a few people here use CorelDRAW. Have you tried a forum search to see if any previous discussions might offer any solutions?
Also, if you could let us know exactly why your files were being rejected that'd be a big help
I do know gradients from Corel don't play nicely with AI. Your first step might be to scrap any gradients or transparencies you're using and stick to flat colored shapes as a start. Hopefully more Corel experts will be along shortly to help you more!
投稿日時： Mon Apr 23, 2012 11:19AM
Hi abdoyle, well I'm certainly no expert but I use CorelDRAW X4. If I'm adding gradients or anything then I'll export and re-open in AI, otherwise as bortonia says it's all flat colour, and then exported direct to EPS file.
投稿日時： Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:38PM
I am using coreldraw as well. I guess you should use solid colours only.
when i export eps files from coreldraw, it should be:
output colours - RGB;
convert colours to RGB - tick;
the TIFF type, mode 8-bit Colour; resolution 300 dpi; dont tick Trancparancy => OK
that s basically it
投稿日時： Fri May 4, 2012 7:42AM
And, make sure the little padlock on "gradient steps" is open, not closed.
投稿日時： Fri Jun 1, 2012 1:39PM
Try to export in a lower version EPS v6.0
I used Corel long time ago and then this trick worked.
投稿日時： Mon Jun 18, 2012 2:54AM
I use only CorelDraw 13. Flat colors. No gradients. Yes, figuring it out at first was tough, but I now dont have any trouble at all, touch wood.Here's how my screen looks.
Export - EPS - Vector
Include Header - Click on
8 bit header
turn off TRANSPERANT BACKGROUND
And then I change to RGB in photoshop. Don't change size if possible.
Much as Anastasiia-Ku says actually.