Export Frames to PDF

PDF (Portable Document Format) is developed by Adobe to render a variety of content, including the text, embedded fonts, vector graphics and raster images.

To export all of the frames in your project, choose Menu > File > Export Frames to PDF. Each Frame in the project will be exported as a single page in a multi-page PDF file.

Export Selection

To export the selection in your project:

  1. Select the objects you want to export.
  2. Go to Export Panel, choose a file format and apply export settings.
  3. Click the button "Export" to export the selected objects.

Supported File Formats


SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is XML-based vector image format for describing two-dimensional graphics, mixed with raster images and texts. SVG images are compact and can be scaled in any size without loss of quality. Futhermore, you can open and edit the exported SVG images in Provector or other vector graphics editors.


PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is raster graphic file format that supports lossless compression and transparency. PNG format keeps original image quality and reduces file size significantly depends on the number of colors that the image has. So if you only want to export vector graphics to raster images, PNG is a better choice than JPEG and WebP format.


JPG (Joint Photographic Group) is a widely used raster graphic file format with lossy compression. JPG file does not support transparency, but its compression degree can be adjusted to archive a balance between file size and image quality.


WebP is developed by Google to replace PNG and JPEG images on the web. It supports both lossy and lossless compression, as well as alpha transparency. According to Google's evaluation, a WebP file is averagely 25%-34% smaller than a JPEG file. So you want to export your artworks for web, WebP is widely supported by the most of the modern browsers, so it might be the best solution for exporting your artworks to use them on the web.

Export Settings


Quality is only applicable for exporting JPEG and WebP images, it is a number between 0 and 1, indicating the image quality, from lossy to lossless compression.


This option allows you to scale the exported image for printing or web media. You can choose the image resolution either by scaling or pixels per inch (PPI).