Advanced Quality Settings
When you choose Custom in the Quality section of the Render pop-up menu (or in the
View > Quality menu), the Advanced Quality Options dialog appears.
The Advanced Quality Options dialog provides additional controls to fine-tune rendering
performance and quality. It contains the following options:
Sets rendering quality. These options are identical to the Quality settings in the
Render pop-up menu.
For more information on the Render popup menu, see
Canvas View Options
Choose one of four settings from this pop-up menu. Each setting activates different
options in the dialog.
• Draft: None of the quality options are selected, and Text Quality is set to Low. This
option allows optimal project interactivity.
• Normal: “Shape antialiasing” is selected, and Text Quality is set to Medium. This option
allows project interactivity that is slower than Draft, but much faster than Best.
• Best: “High quality resampling,” “Shape antialiasing,” and “Antialias 3D intersections”
are selected. Text render quality is set to High. This option slows down project
• Custom: No options are selected until you select individual quality settings in the
Advanced Quality Options dialog.
High Quality Resampling:
Turns on high-quality resampling (increasing or reducing the
number of pixels in an image).
Sets text render quality to Low, Medium, or High. When High is selected,
project interactivity may slow.
Renders shapes at a higher resolution, then scales objects back to
regular resolution to ensure smooth edges.
The Motion Interface
Antialias 3D intersections:
Renders objects intersecting in 3D space at a higher resolution,
then scales objects back to regular resolution to ensure smooth edges.