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Walter SoykaRe: Using ripped paper (AKA Images not vectors)
by on May 2, 2012 at 4:02:44 pm

[Olly Lawer] "Anyway, my question is that, leaving aside not being able to continuously rasterise, is there any foreseeable dangers to be aware of with bringing in PNG's with a transparant background and precomping each one to edit with? Do I have any other limitations over using vectors?"

As long as you're working at high enough resolution, you'll be fine.

Remember that precomps are rasterized within their containing comps, so be sure to keep your precomps at the same high resolution as the PNG sources.

Walter Soyka
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