Ive got a multi page brochure which is mostly made up of jpeg photographs. On the last page Ive got some logos which are black and white PNG files (in an ideal world these would be vectors, but i only have them as PNGs, although they are nominally black and white, they are are not greyscale and actually CMYK).
When i export the PDF using the "high quality" preset the logos get compressed and can look blurry.
If i turn off the image compression the logos do not look blurey but the outputted PDF is hige as non of the other images are compressed.
As the logos are not greyscale i can not just turn off compression for greyscale images.
My current work around for this is to export the brochure pages 1-50, using the high quality pre set. Then export pages 51-52 (the logo pages) using the high quality preset without compression. I then combine these using acrobat.
Is there a simpler way i could do this so that the logos dont get compressed in the first place ?
Im running the latest version of inDesign CC on a mac 10.13.x