Adobe XD Integration - Image Quality

  • 27 October 2020
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Hello! I’m super stoked on the XD Miro plugin. Seriously excited as this is going to expedite my teams workflow fo sho. Now here’s the question… Is the quality of the import fixed as it is now or is there a possible plan for settings or permanent improvement? It is considerably less quality than when copy pasting an artboard in from XD. It wouldn’t be a big deal but copy is nearly illegible and we use miro for copy writers to make comments on changes. Any feedback would be appreciated. 

 


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Hi @Mike Peters, this is David from Miro.

Thank you for flagging this we looking to fix this shortly and will get back to you in this thread next week.  

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Awesome David! Looking forward to it!

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Hi @Mike Peters, we are engaging with Adobe to see how we can get a better resolution from their API. Will get back to you next week. 

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@David Grabner Good luck to us all! HP is a close partner with Adobe XD team if there is anything I can help with.

 

Hi @David Grabner ! Did you get to engage with Adobe about this? If getting a better resolution from their API is not possible, would be possible to choose a different resolution scale (ex.: 3x) for the import directly on Miro? Thank you :)

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Hi @Anne-Marie Lavoie and @Mike Peters, sorry for the belayed response. 

Adobe cannot offer us a higher resolution at the moment. Their API only allows a 0.5 that we can use in Miro. They have plans to create something that would allow us to define the desired size on our side but have not communicated timeline. 

If you can please also request for this improvement via your Adobe customer success contact. I am hoping to give another update soon. Thanks

@David Grabner  Any updates on this? I posted in the Adobe forum as well. Just to give it some attention. Thanks :)

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Hi @David Grabner is there any update on this from Adobe? It’s not much use if the artboards are not 1.0 at 100%. Thanks.

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