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Having A lot of Bleeding

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I guess it is called bleeding, but here is what I am having an issue with.

I have an Text that is the form of an Image. The text currently is in Black, but they want it in RED. So I use the Wizard Tool Select Each Letter and Fill with red.

The Image is about 10x bigger than the picture I am to insert it ontop of, so I resize the Text image, it looks good, Save the Combined images as a JPEG, then when I open the JPEG, the RED does not look sharp, or is bleeding.

Any Help would be appreciated.

Thanx

Gist

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WOW, the png file looks a whole hell of a lot better!!

Thats a great idea, I saved the template itself as a png, then tried applying it over the jpg file and saving as a jpg and it still looked bad.

but then I tried saving the combined as a png file and the difference is amazing!!

ideally it would be better to have it be jpg as it is going on the internet, but I will see if this will work.

Any way to make the edges, and the overall graphics a little sharper?? I tried the sharpening tool but that is probably not what I want.

thanx

Nick

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And if you want to shrink the filesize of PNG pictures (they are quite large in comparison to JPEG and GIF), try out the OptiPNG plugin if you haven't already! That will make loading times for PNG's on the internet quicker, especially in dial-up situations.

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