Difference in image quality
May 08, 2015
I am working with a project containing wireframe images. My problem is that those seem to differ in quality from image to image, and I can't seem to find any consistency in how they appear - if they look sharp and nice, or if they get a bit fuzzy and the colouring is off (which I guess is a compression thing). It has nothing to do with the publish settings (the image quality is set to the best, and this issue shows already when previewing the page), and the images I import to Storyline are all created and saved in the same way. Still they differ in sharpness and colour in preview and when published - the majority of them look compressed. The bigger the screen where I look on the published result, the more it shows.
I've attached one of the pages that this problem appears on: There is an image covering the entire slide, which looks sharp. On that I have placed 4 separate images, containing only one wireframe symbol each (I've circled them in green here). As yo can see 3 of the separate images looks compressed (they are a bit yellowish), while the 4th up in the top left corner looks sharp and nice. I've tried to use different file formats for the images, different sizes (no, none over 2048 px), to not put states or triggers on them in Storyline, but no luck. I've also tried to take the big image (which looks sharp) and crop it in Storyline, but the cropped result looks compressed (even though it's the same image).
I'm don't know what else to try, what can I do to make the wireframe images look sharp and not yellowish?