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    unable to create good quality images

    I have been creating images with photoshop element and other software but none of them allow me to create good images unless all the lines are straight! If I have a rounded edge, it shows perfect in publisher view, but saving the image causes it to pixelate.

    I have tried to set the DPI to 600 but still in PSE I get a bad image. What am I doing wrong ?

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    What file type are you exporting from PSE? Can we see an example of a "bad" image?

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    It would be better if you show us your image. May be there may be problem in your photoshop software. I have also face this problem. While i tried to save my images that i have edit it form photoshop. Then, it gives low quality but its size is high. Or the image you want to edit may be of low resolution.

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    I would recommend using the circle selection tool in Photoshop. Save the image as a PNG file and you will have a perfect circle. Here is a step by step from Adobe themselves!
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1219276

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    Check out the resolution you are setting for your image. I use 100 pixels. Also, the color mode should either be 8 bits or 16 bits depending about your system's configurations.

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    Can we see an example of a bad image? Also check the resolution of your images.

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    May be there may be problem in your photoshop software. I have also face this problem


 

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