Many of you may have heard of our well established plug-in Rasterino – but do you know it’s true capabilities? As with our other plug-ins, they offer so many new features, it can become overwhelming when it comes to learning them. So each month of 2015, we are focusing our attention on one plug-in at a time to show you it’s full potential.
This month, we’re focusing on Rastinero – the tool that really does crop images in Illustrator. Not only this but it trims, re-links selections and quickly sets resolutions of embedded images too!
Let’s take a look at the highlights of Rasterino’s learning support coming your way in the next couple of weeks on this blog…
Re-linking Multiple Images with Rasterino
Learn how to apply the Link Images function for multiple images and take a look at the benefits of this function compared to native Illustrator.
Read the new tutorial now…
Illustrator and Photoshop Workflow with Rasterino
Rasterino allows for in-line editing of the embedded images outside of Adobe Illustrator, in image editors like Photoshop, making this much easier and faster to do than ever before!
How to Crop Images in Illustrator with Rasterino
Take a look at interactive and numeric ways of cropping an embedded image in Adobe Illustrator using Rasterino’s Crop Image Tool and Crop Image function of the same plug-in’s panel. Learn how to quickly remove extra white and transparent pixels on the edges of the image using the Trim Image function.
Set Resolution of Images with Rasterino in Illustrator
With the help of the Rasterino plug-in, we can precisely determine and set resolutions for Linked and Embedded bitmap images – learn how with this future blog post!
Keep your eyes peeled over the coming weeks to get your teeth into Rasterino and improve your workflow instantly!
As a special January treat we are not only featuring Rasterino as product of the month, but also giving you £10 off (approx. $15/€13) this plug-in until the end of January only.
Click here to get your £10 OFF
Rastinero – the tool that really does crop images in Illustrator. Not only this but it trims, re-links selections and quickly sets resolutions of embedded images too!
The first of our special Rasterino tutorials is live now – Re-linking Multiple Images with Rasterino.