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  1. Hi Dan C, Thanks to your kind support, my problem is finally resolved. From now on, I will try to set DPI to 72 in the first file setting. Affinity Designer is a great experience not only for applications but also for support. Thank you very much. Akasso
  2. Hi Dan C, Thank you for your effort!! However, your advice does not work unfortunately. Please see my workflow with my new screenshots. 1. Export a file as EPS, Untickin "Embed metadata", as you said. DPI is also set 300, keeping default. 2. Import the EPS file exported just before. Check the file size, selecting file menu > Resize. DPI got smaller (72) than original (300). Therefore, the file size also got smaller (960 X 960px) than original (4000 X 4000px). How did you keep DPI original setting? I do not think my procedure is wrong. The issue that I am not able to upload my works to Shutterstock is also not resolved yet. I am thinking I should buy Adobe illustrator by subscription but I can not afford it actually so AD is my only tool. Please help me. Thank you for your keeping supporting me. Moana Akasso
  3. Hi Dan C, Thank you for your confirming. However, the issue still occurs in AD on my iPad Pro. As proof, I post some screenshots of the reproduction steps of the issue. As you can see, the original size was 4000 X 4000px but the eps file size is 960 X 960px when I immediately imported it after export in AD. From here, import the file exported just before. Is this issue occur only on my iPad ?? If it does not occur on your device, please advise me how to do with screenshots or movie, if possible. By the way, the reason why I want to keep the original file size is because I want to upload my artworks that are created with AD to a stock photo site, Shutterstock. I tried some times but error always appears. The screenshot is below. The Japanese error said ""Upload Error / 1error / RerurnLicense01.eps (file name) / The size of artwork (not the size of artboard) has to be over 4 Mega pixel" in English. Thank you for your keeping supporting me! Sorry for my broken Japanese English.
  4. Dear Affinity engineers, I found out that any layers and groups are disappeared when I export files as eps even if the export setting is whichever version 2 or 3, whichever rasterize non supported effect. Is there any way to avoid this?? Kind regards, Akasso
  5. It’s likely true! Thanks. But I have to use eps format because stock photo sites are usually allow only eps or Ai format as vector images. I keep trying!
  6. Hello Paul and walt, Thank you for your advice. I understood eps seems not to support layers. Anyway, I will try creating a test file that have layers without any effect like noise or transparency or dop shadow.
  7. There is one problem with eps files. If I export an eps file from AD for iPad and import it in AD for iPad later, all layers disappear and all objects organized in layers will be exposed. I post illustration materials on stock photos, but the user who downloaded such a file judges that the eps file is difficult to use, and may not buy my provided material. So I would like to know the solution to this problem. The file "IMG_0326" is a eps file that has the issue of no layers. The file "IMG_0327" is the original file that has many layers. The file "IMG0325" is my usual export setting. Thank you in advance. Akasso
  8. Hi Dan C, Thank you for taking care of my issue. I uploaded the applicable files and some screenshots that includes export setting interface. As my answer for your question, I am choosing the File icon > Export in AD for iPad. Thank you for keep investigating. Akasso
  9. Hello, I have a problem on AD for iPad. My illustration of eps files that are exported from AD for iPad are always refused to upload to Shutterstock. The reject reason is because the file is less than 4MP. I found out that the eps file size is smaller than the original size. The original file size is always more than 4MP (for example 11000px X 4000px, 5000px X 5000px). However, the exported eps file size is 2052.8px X 647.4px, 1200px X 1200px... I do not find out the rule of the percentage to be shrunk so I do not expect what size I should set the original file. I would like to upload eps files to shutterstock because that is gradually more needed in the world. I attached screen shots. "IMG_0323" shows eps artboard size and "IMG_0324" shows original art board size. Please help me.
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