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    Default Evernote export/sync quality?

    I can't seem to find others with this question or problem.

    When I create an snote that syncs with Evernote, the note (jpeg) in Evernote is a very low quality.

    Is the a way to keep the quality up?


    It is obvious when you open it from another device.
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    Default Re: Evernote export/sync quality?

    I use Evernote a lot an I noticed the same issue on occasion but it seems after a few minutes after a complete upload it works itself out. I looked for setting in Evernote regarding image quality but didn't find any.

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    Default Re: Evernote export/sync quality?

    Quote Originally Posted by sandiegosteve View Post
    I can't seem to find others with this question or problem.

    When I create an snote that syncs with Evernote, the note (jpeg) in Evernote is a very low quality.

    Is the a way to keep the quality up?


    It is obvious when you open it from another device.
    Low quality jpg's seems to be a problem in Evernote(Google search). Is it an option to save it from snote to PDF? Did you try using markup and see if that brings quality up?(Then discard changes)
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    Default Re: Evernote export/sync quality?

    If you need to sync your S-Notes to your PC, there is Samsung software you can download on your computer. On XDA, poster BarryH_GEG shared this great find here:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2665611
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    Default Re: Evernote export/sync quality?

    If I export as a PDF or jpeg, the quality is good. The auto sync seems to be a lower quality.

    I have not given Evernote more time to check quality, but I think the auto jpeg for the sync is just low quality.

    I glad I can save as a pdf or jpeg in full quality through the export option. I do have a way to get full quality notes.

    Accessing the snote from my Galaxy Note, I open in snote which is cool. Same happens if you export the snote as an snote to Google drive and open it, it uses snote. Evernote seems to be a link to the original and with Google drive you are editing the exported copy.

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