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I am wanting to export a large pdf file to png but getting this error message:
Is there any way around it? Cheers, Vicki
As error message says, "The image is too wide to output. Please crop it or reduce resolution and try again" seems this must be causing issue with a specific PDF which has a pdf page with the large content.
I don't think so there would be a workaround to fix that specific page. But we suggest you to read this help article The Image is too wide to output. Please crop it or reduce resolution and try again (Print Production... where similar issue has been addressed and resolved.
Let us know how it goes.
This seems to be yet another way in which Adobe presents the user with limitations rather than empowering us. Why limit the size of output files? This is an obstacle to professionals; allow us to work with large files, please.
I had this today. I first cropped it in the obvious response, didn't work. Then I had an inspiration to compress the PDF, and it worked -- I was able to export it.
"Is there any way around it?"
Photoshop : File menu : Open
Open PDF with a graphics program like Gimp, Photoshop, or Illustrator, and re-export (save as) a graphic filetype of choice.
Crop, resize, or reduce filesize will sacrifice resolution.
This shouldn't need to be a workaround for Acrobat, but there's no native solution in Pro DC as of now (10/2021)
Thanks a lot, this works perfect. However, as you correctly said: this shouldn't be required...