Anti-alias an image?

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Post by magick » 2006-08-12T11:19:22-07:00

See for a discussion of why GIF is a poor format for transparent images and how to work around transparency issues if you are force to use GIF instead of PNG.

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Post by glennrp » 2006-08-13T08:23:27-07:00

You could export a magnified image (say 400%) in GIF format, then use ImageMagick to resize it to the normal size while converting to PNG. That should automatically antialias it for you.

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