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Registered: ‎02-07-2017
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Graphic Quality Concern

Is there a section that can give me artwork specs as I create elements for ads.  I have notice that artifacts show up in the jpgs I upload resulting in some deteroration in quality.  I understand that CC compresses the images but what are the optimum numbers for the best outcome?  Thank you

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Posts: 523
Registered: ‎10-16-2015

Re: Graphic Quality Concern

Hi @PerryV94! We have a great FAQ that gives specifics on how to prepare your images before uploading them into the library which I will include here. I always recommend keeping your images no more than 600px in width so that they fit into our templates. Also, images uploaded as a PNG tend to have better quality overall. 

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