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Re: Plot to raster image



Vesa Solonen <vesa.solonen@xxxxxxxx> writes:

> Hi,
> Thanks for the advice, this is exactly how I do it at the moment. It
> still need an extra round in GIMP or something to bi-level the exported
> anti aliased png to avoid half toned edges. Works, but is quite cumbersome.

If I do it like this:

mgri:~> gerbv -xpng -D600 bottom.gbl

I get a file "output.png" without anti aliasing. Gerbv is version 2.7.0.

I'd guess you exported from the viewer window where apparently one can't
make it skip anti aliasing.

> Kliment (Future Bits) kirjoitti 24.5.2020 klo 7.51:
>> Hey,
>> Without prejudice to whether or not this should be in Kicad, and how it
>> should be implemented, there's a way to do this now, with existing
>> tools. You start from gerbers - libgerbv supports this operation out of
>> the box for example, and it knows exactly what it's trying to produce.
>> So you can plot to gerbers and then run it through gerbv to get what you
>> need right now.
>> Kliment

Mathias Grimmberger <mgri@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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