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There is no way to gess here what is that you have and what is the configuration or usage you need. I don't think "convert" is a proper word for generating a pdf. Here is why. PDF is not a "working" file, it is an output file. And there is not one "flavor" of pdf but can be customized according to your target needs. Among the things you can configure your ...
Try the following to reduce size assuming you have acrobat and acrobat distiller. 1.) Crop the size of your booklet to the bleedbox. Bleedbox is simply trimbox + the allowed bleed which will be specified by the printer you are choosing for this booklet. 2.) Save the PDF as a post-script file. File --> Save As --> More Options Post-script 3.) Run this ...
Press-ready PDF files are almost always much larger in terms of file size due to flattening and expanding of objects. Note InDesign merely links to external images. However, a press-ready PDF must embed those links for proper reproduction.
When exporting to PNG for web in illustrator, make sure on the "Image Size" panel to have a setting of "Art optimized".
Where are you using this GIF? On a website? If that's the case I'd recommend using CSS3 animation as your primary loader, as these will provide the smoothest results. Here are some examples.Note that these are not images but instead are shapes rendered and transformed by the browser. An animated file back-up isn't a bad idea though as older browsers (such ...
Gifs only support 1bit transparency (meaning that a pixel is either fully transparent or not at all), so depending your case you might use dithering option (old-fashioned) or match the matte color with your background color. You can find a former and complete answer in this thread: How can I remove white pixels around circles when exporting this to gif? Or, ...
There's really no such thing as a high-quality gif. The format was developed in the early 1990s and is limited to 256 colours, one of which may be fully transparent. Best you can do is optimize it for the current background colour, and choose fills & blends that do not involve a lot of intermediate shades. If you want a basic spinner / throbber icon ...
The latest version of Illustrator (Illustrator CC 2014 as of this writing) includes a button to “unembed” embedded assets, which lets you save to PSD at native resolution. When you’ve selected your image, the Unembed button appears up in the toolbar next to Image Trace/Edit Original.
Have you tried for a workaround using Photoshop Actions. Don't forget to keep the backup of your PSD. Turn off all the layers and give your canvas a little bigger size before creating the action. 1 - Create an Action 2 - Make visible one layer 3 - Trim the transparent pixels 5 - Save as Jpeg 6 - Delete the layer 7 - Give the canvas size some bigger ...
Open image in photoshop. Convert it to grayscale by Image>Mode. Save As it to .eps. There are 3 options to select .eps - (1) Photoshop EPS (.EPS) (2) Photoshop DCS 1.0 (.EPS) (3) Photoshop DCS 2.0 (.EPS). Choose only Photoshop EPS (.EPS). Then EPS option dialogue box appears. Here select Preview>TIFF(8 bit/pixel) and Encoding>Binary. Then Save it.
If the file is set up in reader spreads.... Export as PDF/X-1a file, single pages, with bleeds and marks. If the file is set up in printer spreads.... talk to your printer. For books and manuals most print providers really want single pages so they can properly address creep and gutters. You need to verify that printer spreads will be okay. Prepress ...
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