Fresco Workflow - Illustrator et indesign

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May 05, 2022 May 05, 2022

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Bonjour,

 

Je veux importer une grille de mise en page faite sur illustrator dans un document Fresco.
Ensuite je veux mettre différent document Fresco dans indesign pour en faire un pdf.

 

Comment procéder ?

 

(En gros :

- Comment importer un document illustrator dans fresco ?

- Comment importer un document fresco dans Indesign ?

 

Merci de vos éclairages !

 

Bien à vous

Charles

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May 05, 2022 May 05, 2022

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File imports are limited to psd/psb so Photoshop files.

You can place images from Libraries/Files (jpg, jpeg, png, bmp, gif, tif)

So make sure you reduce your Illustrator file to one of the above formats.

 

You can then export as png, jpg, psd, or pdf.

 

Regarding your potential best workflow and depending exactly what the grid is for.

I would import the grid into Indesign directly.

Create each image individually in Fresco, export as one of the above then import and place as required into InDesign.

Consider Fresco as part of the process, not necessarily where you have to create a single image.

 

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May 13, 2022 May 13, 2022

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Merci de cette réponse très claire.

 

C'est frustrant de ne pas pouvoir créer "d'objet dynamique" entre fresco, illustrator et indesign... le workflow en est ralenti.

 

À bientôt !

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