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I have used Chronolapse in the past without any problems. https://code.google.com/p/chronolapse/ You can specify it to take png or jpg screenshots, the region of the screenshots, and how often (one per second is usually a good speed). It comes with a tool to stitch the screenshots together. Alternatively, you can import them as a sequence in After Effects ...
This is a little old now but just incase someone is looking and comes here: Go to Object > Simplify, you can choose how much line accuracy you want. If you want to keep the same shape, choose 100%. If you click on preview it will tell you how many points you will reduce.
In every operating system I know of, there's a way to automate taking a screenshot in fixed intervals. It gives you less control than a foot pedal or shortcut, but over long periods of time I think it would be less distracting. OS X Windows Ubuntu Etc.
The way i see it your options are: video capture software. You can as a alternative postprocess this and pick frames out of the video later if you want. Benefit of this is that its not interfering with your work. If eating up memory does not bother you. you can tie a hotkey to capture the screen on disk. Software like snagit can do this. Problem is it ...
Record a movie of the screen, then speed it up. There are a ton of shareware apps that can record the screen to a movie file.
I work in the publishing industry for 15 years and this is a challenge indeed. My conclusion is the workflow must change; so far there's no perfect solution to that issue. If the editor saves time, you don't. If you save time, he doesn't ;) Most editors don't have an Adobe subscription. In this case, forget about InCopy and especially forget about giving ...
I just accidentally stumbled over this today doing something completely different, and had to go back and try it out, and it looks like it may actually work. I have only done it with a single .ai artboard so far; I haven't tried multiple pages. Save .ai file as a pdf. (I have .ai 5.5) Open the pdf in Adobe Acrobat Pro (I have 10.1.15) Save As: Microsoft ...
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