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Why are my graphics fuzzy? I use photoshop to edit graphic and than save as a eps.file than link to my FM file

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I'm using Adobe Creative Suite 3, photoshop and AI software to edit my illustrations.  I save as an eps file and link to the art.  When I make a PDF the art I edited in photoshop or AI comes out fuzzy.

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Why are my graphics fuzzy? I use photoshop to edit graphic and than save as a eps.file than link to my FM file

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I'm using Adobe Creative Suite 3, photoshop and AI software to edit my illustrations.  I save as an eps file and link to the art.  When I make a PDF the art I edited in photoshop or AI comes out fuzzy.

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Top suspect is that it's being downsampled by your PDF JobOptions.

What resolution are you saving it at out of Photoshop?

As you probably are aware, when editing an embedded or referenced EPS (or PDF) in FM, what you see during edit is a thumbnail/preview image that is basically a GIF (72 dpi indexed color, possibly crudely dithered). You would also see that coarse image if you print directly from FM to a printer using a non-Postscript-like driver, such as HP-PCL. But what's sent to the Distiller stub on Print-to-PDF or Save--as-PDF is the full-res EPS.

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