Sometimes if the image file was too large then you face the problem. In my experience there were some paid plugins to resolve this problem.
Got problem to save artwork in png. format
Posted 02 July 2018 - 06:00 PM
I confess to have been drawing clipping paths with the pen tool in photoshop for decades.
The more you do it, the faster you get. It is also non-destructive to the photo.
The pen tool allows for clean edges without excess nodes, but it is tedious and time consuming.
There are plugins for really complex stuff like hair, lace, chainlink fences which create intricate photoshop masks.
But that is another story.
Yes, the CMYK eps file is bigger than the RGB png file.
It may need to be.
Most print requirements want 300 dpi images when used at 100% size.
Lowering the resolution to get a smaller file may destroy the image for print.
After many hours of work, many web designers (unfamiliar with print) have been embarrassed to discover their images are unsuitable for press.
I suggest cropping the photo tight to the clipping path to reduce excess unused pixels.
If you have a large number of large files, just use something like DropBox or burn a CD/DVD.
Most these files get Zipped up for easy transfer anyway.
Some commercial photographers provide their clients with 200-300 megabit RGB master product shots that can be reduced and cropped as needed downstream.
(too much resolution can be fixed, too little resolution, not so much)
Posted 18 October 2018 - 08:31 AM
Hi, I am also facing the same issue when I want to save my custom logo design artwork in the JPG format so it did not save in png format but I take the screenshot and open it in print.net and than crop it as per my requirement and then save it as a JPG format I think you can also try this for your png format
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