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Blurry PNG/TIF in PDF after exporting from indesign

Community Beginner ,
Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

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I have created signage for an event, and the logo is comprised of vector and png files. 

Until today it was exprtong for print beutifully. I open it today, and the png files are all blurry apon export. in the id file they are clear and linked. 

please help. 

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Community Beginner , Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

I called adobe and they helped me, the answer was that the downsampling.

 

Elky267851342yl6_0-1666729764669.png

Should look like this not, Bicubic which is the standard setting.

Thanks all for your help!

 

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Explorer ,
Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

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Hi @Elky267851342yl6,
Kindly cross-check the Export Adobe PDF setting.

NewInScript_0-1666715808416.png

Especially color images PPI and image quality.



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my setting are exactly the same and still coming out blurry.

Thanks tho

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Community Expert ,
Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

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Your screenshot shows that you have modified the default High Quality preset. What did you modify? I compared your compression tab that you showed to the default for that preset and don't see any deviation there. So could you either say what has been modified or post screenshots of the other tabs of your Export Adobe PDF dialog so your full process can be shown? 

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Hi @Elky267851342yl6,

 

Save as Package and check still you faced same issue?

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The image comes from Illustrator. Don't place a PNG, place the AI file.

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I called adobe and they helped me, the answer was that the downsampling.

 

Elky267851342yl6_0-1666729764669.png

Should look like this not, Bicubic which is the standard setting.

Thanks all for your help!

 

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