Hmmm - that's a little Spanish before me. EPS files (AI is also a postscript = EPS) are Appro autom. with which an anti-aliasing. I fear that what is here as a "Verpixelung s.den edges', is nothing other than this autom. Antialiasing is. This video is quite right and for a clean display on monitors and TVs is necessary. Only in print, it is undesirable.
@ Tomster You can install the. S.ja times z.Vfg. represent. Then you can understand. Gruss Wiro
Antwort von Uwe:
The import of Illustrator files can be a tricky matters. I do not think that with what it has to do Eps. An EPS file can verktor but pixelbasierend be synonymous.
The point is probably, as a PP-ai vector file is imported. If it so, as in After Effects, then the file once rasterized with the described manifestations of verpixelten edges. As is known, there is the AE function continuously scan (continious Rasterizer) "which was specially designed. Thus, each individual frame + back again until it is completely rasterized s.den sharp edges is shown as + can be scaled up.
But, as I said, I'm not sure how to handle it ..... PP