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I got a 200 MB PDF with just a 6x4" picture in it. I am curious to see how many DPI it has been scanned, but if I open it in Photoshop, it asks me to render it again, so it won't be the original data.

So how I can get information about the images embedded in the PDF?

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  • Moreover, images in a PDF are all encoded in JPG, right? I think this guy scanned at 9600 DPI "because it's better quality" – Magnetic_dud Sep 8 '18 at 8:29
  • Related answer – Danielillo Sep 8 '18 at 9:02
  • @Danielillo but that requires Acrobat Pro – Magnetic_dud Sep 10 '18 at 6:07

How to Check DPI of Images in PDF's

  1. Open your PDF then select Images and choose the image you want to check.

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  1. Now press Ctrl+Alt+i

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  1. The resolution used is now shown in the resolution area.

*This will not work if you open multiple images. A PSD can only support one resolution at a time.

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