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Quality of image decreases when saving on my 2021 iPad pro

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I recently got an iPad Pro to upgrade from my old Samsung galaxy tab a, but I’m having trouble with the quality of the image when I try to save it to my gallery. I publish a webtoon, so I draw my panels on my canvas’ (1600 pix by 10000 pix at 350 dpi) and I used to be able to save the file at 50% with the same quality as when I drew it. Now, even when I save it at 100%, the same size as it was drawn, it always saves to my gallery blurry, and not as crisp as when I drew it.

I feel like I’ve tried everything, but nothing is working. I’ve tried png and jpeg, please any guidance would be helpful!

Published date : 1 month ago

Updated date : 28 days ago

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  • 1 month ago
    Tap [Username] in "Settings" on your iPad to see the [iCloud] settings.
    Is iCloud Photos turned on and Optimize iPad storage checked?
    Try unchecking Optimize Storage.
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  • 1 month ago
    Yes, I’ve done this, and the problem is still the same
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  • 1 month ago
    Does it change even if I restart the iPad?
    Why not save it to the iPad's #CLIPSTUDIO Studio folder instead of the iPad's photo library?
    If there are no other answers and the problem persists, please contact the support desk.
    https://support.clip-studio.com/en-us
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  • 1 month ago
    I'm sorry, it's a typo.
    Do you want to save it in the "CLIP STUDIO folder" of the iPad?
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  • 1 month ago
    I try to save it to both, the gallery mostly so I can send it to other devices for posting and such. I may have to contact support because I sincerely feel like I have tried everything sob
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