How to use Image Trace in Illustrator | Adobe Tutorial

[CC] How to use Image Trace in Illustrator

When you edit rasterised graphics and photos, you can quickly run into problems. Images can appear fuzzy or pixelated, and colours can be tricky to isolate and adjust.

One answer is to convert raster files like JPEG and PNG into vector graphics.

The Image Trace Tool in Illustrator scans your image and interprets it as a vector image. Our tutorial video shows you how to set options and preferences to optimise your conversion from raster to vector.

0:16 – Raster vs Vector
0:44 – Basics
0:58 – Presets
2:03 – Adjusting Sliders
3:03 – Overlapping Mode
3:37 – Fixing Gaps
3:46 – Abutting Mode
4:01 – Views
4:20 – Colour Modes
4:29 – Removing White
4:49 – Remove Tracing Result

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