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Hi I'm trying to export my 4k document (3840x2160) to a PDF and then convert it to Illustrator and After Effects. However when I export it the output is resized to 1080 for some reason. If I export it to PNG it exports fime to the proper dimensions. Can you please help me? I've tried using max res settings as well as not rasterizing anything.

 

I can resize the vectors accordingly so it's ok, its just an extra step that I'd like to avoid.

 

Best, 

Michael

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How do you export as PDF (via Export... or the Export Persona) and with what settings? - Looks like 1/2 is used for the export sizes here in this case then.


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Also please confirm whether you're using Photo or Designer, and the DPI you've assigned to your document.


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Hi klinkster,

Welcome to the forums :)

If possible could you provide the file in question so I can try this at my end?

Thanks

C

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Hi @Callum, @walt.farrell, and @v_kyr! Thanks so much for your time and sorry for the delayed response.

Callum, the affinity designer file is attached. V_kyr I'm exporting using  File > Export, not export persona and am exporting as PDF then importing PDF to Illustrator, or EPS then import to After Effects. Walt, Affinity Designer and DPI is set to 400. I wonder if this might actually be the culprit as my doc dimensions are set to pixels.

 

Thanks again!

Michael

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