Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the Save for Web dialog, part of Illustrator CS6 New Features.
Illustrator is a great tool for designing for the web and mobile devices.…The vector graphics you create in Illustrator are perfect for multi-screen…distribution, because they're able to be scaled and exported at any size…without losing quality.…That being said, you still export them in a web friendly format.…In order to do this, you're going to have to use the Save for Web command.…This dialog box has been completely reworked and streamlined in CS6.…Let's go ahead and open that dialog box up now and then we will switch back and…forth from CS5 to CS6 to showcase some of the differences.…So I will go up to the File menu, and the first thing you are going to notice is…it's no longer called Save for Web and Devices.…
It's simply Save for Web.…Once the dialog box opens, you'll notice here several things have been removed.…Let's jump over into CS5.…One of the main differences in CS5 versus CS6 are the formats in which…images can be exported in.…You will notice here that you have GIF, JPEG, PNG-8, PNG-24 as well as SWF,…
This course was updated on 10/04/2012.
- Adjusting the interface brightness
- Understanding updates to panels and preferences
- Creating a repeatable pattern
- Performing a basic trace
- Converting pixels to paths
- Understanding what 64-bit support means for you
- Introducing startup profiles
- Understanding the Save for Web changes
- Enhancing artwork with gradients on strokes
- Working with the improved Gaussian Blur
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 10/04/12. What changed?
A: We added a new chapter to address the new features that come with Illustrator when you have an Adobe Creative Cloud membership. These include features like the ability to quickly unembed images and one-click file packaging.