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Re: Help with Export function

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  • Subject: [mg46575] Re: Help with Export function
  • From: "Hans Michel" <hansjm at>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 22:34:19 -0500 (EST)
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  • Reply-to: "Hans Michel" <hansjm at>
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Try the following:

Export["g:\\test.jpg", Plot3D[Sin[x] y, {x,-Pi,Pi},{y, -10,10}], "JPEG",
ConversionOptions -> {"Colorspace" -> Automatic, "Progressive" -> False,
"Quality" -> 100, "Smoothing" -> 0}]

Please note the ConversionOptions are in the form of a list of rules
string -> rule value.

Also play aroung with the Graphics options also to get the best quality
graphics before export.


"Massimo Sironi" <massimo.sironi at> wrote in message
news:c1ca3r$b14$1 at
> Hi All!
> A simple question about Export option: I need a best quality factor when I
> export a graph into jpeg format.
> Export function have a "Quality" option (for jpeg format) but I don't
> understand how to use ConversionOptions parameter.
> The sintax is:
> Export["file", expr, "format", ConversionOptions -> {opts}].
> I've tried to put my quality factor in same way but it doesn't work.....
> What is the right syntax??
> Thanks for help,
> Massimo Sironi

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