PDF plus foncé que le fichier Indesign : quel profil?

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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Bonjour et merci à vous qui me lisez 🙂

Je crois que tout est dans le titre. Je n'ai jamais rencontré un pareil problème. 
Mon PDF est plus sombre et moins contrasté que le fichier natif Indesing.
J'ai beau fouiner dans tous les profils possibles... rien n'y fait.

Serait-ce la norme PDF? J'ai tout essayé, c'est encore pire que lorsque je séléctionne "sans".

Quel réglage coince?

Merci déjà pour le secours que vous pourrez m'apporter.
Voici mes réglages :

1) Pour l'arrière-plan dans Illustrator 
(note : quand je reviens à cette manoeuvre une 2e fois, il revient toujours à "Profil : coated fogra".)
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2) Exportation vers PDF :

 

 

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3) Résultat... à gauche le PDF : terne et trop foncé.

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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Sorry, I'm not good enough in French, so I am replying in English, so I hope this translates well.

What is the colour definition of your orange in your Illustrator file? If it's a spot colour (like Pantone), this will convert duller/darker as you are Converting to Destination, in this case a FOGRA profile.

You are using Mac Preview to view your PDF. You should not trust it. It tends to use generic profiles if it cannot read what your intent would be.

View your files in Acrobat instead.

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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Oh my Braaad! This is it! 🙂 
Thanks a lot, it was just my Mac Preview. I tried with Acrobat reader and... colours (not Pantone, but spot colours) are perfect!

Anyway, I think it's time for me to discover what are all those profiles, because I got white hair today because of them! 😉 

Seems to be very complex...

 

Thank you! 🙂

 

 

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Apr 07, 2022 Apr 07, 2022

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not Pantone, but spot colours

Pantone colors are spot colors.

So, it means that your final output will be a CMYK job + one spot. Is this that you want?

 

And this has nothing to do with your question but you have misspelled cœur: you wrote coeur instead of cœur (the ligature is mandatory for this word) and avoid to hyphen the word “chanter”.

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Thanks a lot jmlevy for your check, I will adapt this (ouaow you have read all this) 👍🏼🙏🏼

In fact I didn't know the term "spot colours" and I gave a wrong answer: I have no other colour than CMYK. 

Thank you all 🙂

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