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LT pixelated lines, how to smooth?

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Hi.
When I convert lines with LT, they are always so pixelated. I use vector lines, always.
Is there any way to smooth those lines? I really hate the fact that they're so jittering.
I've tried with the anti-alias but is not working.... Does not matter what pencil\pen I use, the result is always so ugly... please help me TT
I can smooth raster lines, but with vector, I'm going crazy.

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    12 days ago
    for now. https://ask.clip-studio.com/ja-jp/detail?id=30831
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  • 12 days ago
    I'm sorry, but I don't understand the answer... Have nothing to do with my problem ^^"
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  • Not applicable
    12 days ago
    You have asked about vectors in the past, but you haven't answered the advice yourself.
    There is a relationship.
    Lines cannot be smoothed with LT conversion (it is possible to blur, but it is not smooth)
    Lines can be antialiased by vector conversion.
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  • 12 days ago
    But I can't antalias either, i really don't know how to do it. Can you tell me how?
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  • Not applicable
    12 days ago
    The manual can be found in the CLIP STUDIO PAINT help menu.
    https://www.clip-studio.com/site/gd_en/csp/userguide/csp_userguide/500_menu/500_menu_layer_henkan.htm

    The following is smoothed by "Vector line simplification" after layer conversion from the image you presented.
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  • 12 days ago
    Nice, thank you so much!! (:
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  • Not applicable
    12 days ago
    Computers do not know how beautiful humans feel, so fine-tuning after conversion is necessary. go for it.
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  • 12 days ago
    When converting a line drawing to a vector layer, not LT conversion, but layer conversion → layer type
    I think that it is easier to get a clear line if you convert the vector setting to an appropriate value.

    Later, in order to better convert the line drawing to a vector, it is better to increase the canvas size and then reduce it if necessary for better results.
    Another point to note is that raster vector conversion is not good at crossing and tends to get dirty, so it is easier to post-process it by leaving it a little away at the time of line drawing.

    Inkscape is overwhelmingly superior when it comes to vector line simplification, which reduces control points while preserving the state of the line drawing.
    The same applies to other adjustments of vector lines. It is recommended to modify the output .svg file and read it as it is, as it will not cause any problems.
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