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Now that we have gone over how to create professional digital images using the powerful features in digital image compositing software packages, which you could probably base a lucrative career on, it’s time to take a look at how to output, or “export,” these digital image composites, as highly optimized files. In this chapter, you will learn about the considerations of data footprint optimization, so that you can export (save) a digital image file in the proper format for what you’re doing. The objective in this chapter is to use the smallest possible number of bytes possible to create the file that contains your digital image compositing pipeline creation; that is, your resulting visual image multimedia asset for use in whatever digital playground you happen to be playing in at the time.
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