For each of the AI layers in the nested Comp, you have to turn on the Constinuously Rasterize switch. This will preserve the scalable nature of vector graphics.
For more information, see Continuously Rasterize a layer containing vector graphics in AE Help.
But, since you are scaling up the Pre-Comp with its' own scale property, you also need to turn on Collapse Transformations for the Pre-Comp. It's exactly the same button as Continuously Rasterize, but when used on nested Comps it's called Collapse Transformation. It connects the properties of a Pre-Comp with the same properties for the layers nested in it, so that the Pre-Comp gets smart about things like combined scale values, etc.
For more information, see Render order and collapsing transformations.
Thank you so much it worked great, but
I added a camera to zoom in and out of this image, and it does not do anything. the outer box of the camera seems to scale, but the actual image does not do anything, is there any way I can fix this?
You need to turn on the 3D layer switch for all nested layers and also for the Pre-Comp.
But above all, it also looks like someone has to RTFM. You know what that means, right?
I should have RTFM'd, but I didn't and I regret it because I waited a long time for these responses and now I have a wasted day, but I just want to tell you that I LOVE YOU!!
but I just want to tell you that I LOVE YOU!!
There's a queue of people telling me that, you know?