Why all derived images that use limited fill or limit looks bad?

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    Maor Gariv

    Hi Pavel,

     

    `limit` and `lfill`, as the rest of the cropping method, don't affect image quality. You can define an image quality by using the `quality` parameter (`q_` in URLs).

    Can you share specific examples for us to further investigate?

    If privacy is an issue, please open a new support ticket - 

    https://support.cloudinary.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

    Thanks

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    Pavel Pobrezhnyi

    I found that this happens because of both width and height parameters. Since it leads to decreasing image size, my image was smaller. That's why it looks as low quality

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    Maor Gariv

    Hi Pavel,

     

    Thanks for the extra input.

    Do you also see any visual degradation in addition to the (expected) size reduction?

    If so, can you share the images (here or in a ticket) for us to further investigate?

    Thanks

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    Pavel Pobrezhnyi

    As you can see there is no visual degradation. I found a problem that was not connected with your cloud utils

    Thanks for supports

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    Maor Gariv

    Hi Pavel,

     

    Great!

     

    Feel free to reach out again with further questions or requests always!

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    Pavel Pobrezhnyi

    ok. Thanks for support

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