I have attempted to do multiple searches not only on the forums but also on other search engines and I have been unsuccessful.
I have done the following multiple times with same results. Note: I have CS6 on my personal Macbook Pro, my wife’s Macbook Pro and my work PC also running CS6.
I created an original image on MY Macbook Pro using CS6. I saved this image at the highest resolution possible to my computer. I can reopen and at all sizes of zoom there is no pixilation.
I saved this file to a thumb drive (also tried emailing) and opened the file on my wife's Macbook Pro and when I zoom I begin to see pixilation. This can also be seen on the printed copy of the image whereas that is NOT the case on my MacBook Pro.
I attempted the same process to my work PC however I received the same result.
Any ideas as to what I am doing incorrectly that is causing the image to become pixelated on any computer other than my own?
Thank you in advance for your advice and please let me know if you have any additional questions.
Is image PSD? Yes, always using .PSD file type.
Is maximize PSD compatibility checked? Yes, when I saved the file originally it asked if I wanted to check that box and I did make sure it was checked.
Can anyone else replicate this process? I can share the file I am attempting to use.
Got all the specs for here at work and will compare when I get home today.
Its not like horrible amounts of pixels, just seems to be more around the edges and when zoomed it. But yes, noticable when printed.
Didnt have a chance to check the specs this weekend.
Noel, apprecaite the insight however that is not the case in my issue. I will post screenshots ASAP to share what I am experencing.
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