Hi there - could you post a screenshot of the Image Trace result you're getting, along with the image you created using the Photoshop to Image Trace technique? It might help us give you some advice.
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The top donut-like shape is your original image, correct?
Hm...since you're not getting the results you want with Image Trace, I would try another approach. I don't usually use Image Trace alone since it isn't a perfect translation to vector. It can be very touchy with some images, this one being among them apparently.
Since it's a pretty simple shape, I would just manually trace it using the pen tool. That way you could also get that middle section filled with gray, and have a lot more control over how your image is traced. It will take a longer time however, so you might just want to stick with your Photoshop to Image Trace technique.
grrrr . ok
Thank you for looking into this
Have you tried the following combination in Image Trace panel :-->
1) Trace the image with "Outline" preset
2) Increase the number of paths and corners to 100%
3) Reduce the "Noise" to 1px
4) Now try to increase the "Threshold" value
Maybe you can be nearer to your desired result.
Yeah, tried that. Adjusting the threshold value increased the apperance of these path-like lines in the gray area. Closer to the result, but messy. Thanks.