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  • when i zoom out/make image smaller i get bad antialiasing

    here is example

    before zoom

    after zoom

    does anyone know how to fix this

    (its not about c4d)

    it does it in all programs and apps like firefox and explorer

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    It is the same as seen in Photoshop.

    It has to do with the scale. AFAIK this is a normal behavior.

    See attachment. This are some zoom factors in Photoshop.

    When the zoom factor is the half of the original it is ok. If it is not the half as the original it has bad AA.

    100%=good AA

    60%=bad AA

    50%=good AA

    33%=bad AA

    25%=good AA

    etc.

    Peace,

    Rich_Art. ;)

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  • so there is no fix.

    thats sh** if not

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    No I think there is no solution for this. Just make sure you zoom 50%. Then it looks good.

    Peace,

    Rich_Art. ;)

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    It's all to do with the resolution of the image.

    Web images are used at your screen resolution, 72 dpi.

    When you zoom in you are effectively reducing the resolution and magnifying the steps of any AA.

    An image of the same dimensions but at high resolution, say 300 dpi, will allow you to zoom in because the detail of the AA is much finer.

    It comes down to end use of the image and how it will be used.

    Cheers, Alan.

    Edit: I just noticed your original question related to zooming out.

    The zoom out is effectively cancelling the AA grading steps.

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