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We recommend using vector files (.ai, .pdf & .eps) for most of our products.

Vectors allow us to print your files at any size. It will also produce the fastest turnaround for your order. We’re very flexible at Sticker Genius though, and will accept almost any file type. Some of our custom products require different file types. Please refer to the chart below.

Software to create vector files: Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, or any software that can save vector .eps or .pdf files.
Software to create raster files: Adobe Photoshop or any software that can export high resolution raster files.
Unsure about file types? Check out our article that explains the difference between vector and raster files.
General Stickers .ai, .pdf, .eps, .psd, .psb, .indd, .jpg, .png & .tif
Exact Cut Vinyl Decals ai, .pdf & .eps (must be vector graphics)
Photo Stickers .ai, .pdf, .eps, .psd, .psb, .indd, .jpg, .png & .tif
Photo Cutouts .psd, .psb, .jpg, .png, .ai, .eps & .tif
Wall Murals ai, .pdf, .eps, .psd, .psb, .indd, .jpg & .tif
Life Size Standups ai, .pdf, .eps, .psd, .psb, .jpg, .png & .tif
Skins .ai, .pdf, .eps, .psd, .jpg, .png & .tif

If you are unsure whether your files meet our guidelines, please contact a stickologist. We’ll be more than happy to help you get your project in motion.

Due to variations in acceptable standards with raster based prints. We cannot guarantee print resolution will meet your qualifications unless you supply us with a high resolution raster graphic or vector graphic. We will do our best to warn about potential pixelation. Vector graphics will also make sure your cut lines are 100% accurate for custom shaped stickers.

It is always a good idea zoom in and review your graphics at 100%-400% and scroll around to spot potential problems.

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