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I am going crazy trying to insert a screenshot into my FrameMaker document. When I insert the .tiff image, the quality of the image becomes pixelated and cheap looking. Any ideas on how I can fix this? The file is 973 KB.

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Quality of Inserted .tiff images

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I am going crazy trying to insert a screenshot into my FrameMaker document. When I insert the .tiff image, the quality of the image becomes pixelated and cheap looking. Any ideas on how I can fix this? The file is 973 KB.

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?How does it look if you PDF the doc?

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It looks better but I am still not satisfied with it. You don't suppose there is an Adobe product that I can edit the .pdf image in before inserting into FrameMaker? NEWTOADOBE​

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What size, resolution and format tiff? If it's indexed color, expect it to have problems.

What happens downstream in the PDF is further subject to job options.

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Hey Jennifer:

I poked around a little on the Tech Smith site, and am wondering if either of these articles will help.

Snagit (Windows): Effect of changing DPI on capture quality – TechSmith Support

Snagit (Windows): Images are blurry or fuzzy – TechSmith Support

It looks like they offer tech support as well: TechSmith Support

You don't suppose there is an Adobe product that I can edit the .pdf image in before inserting into FrameMaker?

Photoshop can edit the TIFF.

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