6 Replies Latest reply on Jan 14, 2010 1:18 PM by Wade_Zimmerman

    crop marks

    Rehan ali Level 1

      in illustrator cs4 when i export image with cliping mask the white areas also export with object is there any way to resolve in cs3 i have no problem 

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        • 1. Re: crop marks
          Jacob Bugge MVP & Adobe Community Professional

          Rehan Ali,

           

          I believe you should use the Artboard (Tool) in CS4 to defined the boundaries of Export.

          • 2. Re: crop marks
            Rehan ali Level 1

            thanks i used this tool to artboard to define the boundries of my work i have to work alot to do that is there any other way to handle my artwork plz

            • 3. Re: crop marks
              Jacob Bugge MVP & Adobe Community Professional

              As far as I remember, when you DoubleClick the Artboard Tool there is a option Crop to Artwork or something like that.

              • 4. Re: crop marks
                shunithD Level 3

                Jacob...

                 

                It looks right to me... the crop marks are lined up with the edges...  s/he has curved corners... there's bound to be white around the curved areas...

                 

                sd

                • 5. Re: crop marks
                  Jacob Bugge MVP & Adobe Community Professional

                  SD,

                   

                  It depends how you interpret the image. I was in doubt, but ended up assuming that issue was the white part on all sides; if it was just at the roundings I wonder how it could be fine in CS3.

                   

                  I hope we shall know.

                  • 6. Re: crop marks
                    Wade_Zimmerman Level 6

                    When exporting the file as an image file format then uncheck use art boards.

                     

                    you get this

                     

                    Untitled-1.jpg

                     

                    or this when opened in Photoshop as a jpeg

                     

                    Screen shot 2010-01-14 at 4.09.23 PM.png

                     

                    or when placed as a transparent png in a photoshop file.

                     

                    Screen shot 2010-01-14 at 4.13.27 PM.png

                     

                    So uncheck use artboards, keep in mind when opening in Photoshop it is perhaps best to place it in a transparent photoshop document if you want to see easily and instantly see the shape has a transparent background. File formats that do not support transparency like jpeg will not have a transparent background.