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Posted: Thu Jun 17, 2010 1:14 am   Post subject: Vector graphics

Given that PPT 2007 & 2010 use vector object graphics, I was surprised to see that Presenter operates on as many bitmap images as it does, and does not simply translate PPT objects into flash ones.

This would seem to lead to much smaller flash documents and the ability to scale to any display resolution.

Is there any plan to make more use of vector shape definitions in the future?


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Posted: Fri Jun 18, 2010 3:57 pm   Post subject: Re: Vector graphics

Some of the basic supported shapes are saved into vector format and others, which have more complexity or have styles implemented are saved into raster images.

Spring Pro/Presenter has the special option for images quality improvement. If you use images with text, diagrams, or other strict and precise forms, using of this option will significantly improve their look. They won't be blurred any more. Please click Publish and choose Compression tab, then click "Optimize images for resolution". Choose the resolution from the dropdown list that is conformed to your screen size or higher. I would recommend using 1600x1200.

There are one workaround to keep some shape in vector format after conversion: please select shape, go to Format tab, click Edit Shape -> convert to free form. This form will be preserved into vector format and could be scaled without quality changes.


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