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Vectoriser du texte avec contour

Community Beginner ,
Mar 15, 2024 Mar 15, 2024

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Bonjour,

 

J'ai l'impression que la vectorisation des blocs de texte avec contours n'est pas au point. Lorsque je vectorise mon texte, les contours ne sont plus les même après cette étape. J'ai beau essayer tous les paramètres de contours une fois le texte vectorisé, je n'arrive jamais à obtenir le même rendu que lorsque le contour est appliqué au bloc de texte. D'ailleurs, les effets de contours ne sont pas les même non plus sur Illustrator. je n'ai jamais réussi à obtenir le même rendu que sur Indesign.

 

Si quelqu'un a une explication ou une solution, je suis preneur. 

 

Voir le document ci-joint pour illustration de mon problème. 

Vectorisation_Bloc_de_texte.png

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Mar 15, 2024 Mar 15, 2024

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Lorsque je vectorise mon texte, les contours ne sont plus les même après cette étape.

C'est vrai. Mais pourquoi vectoriser le texte ? C'est en général une mauvaise idée. Si tu dois absolument le faire, il faut le faire sur le PDF avec Acrobat Pro.

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 15, 2024 Mar 15, 2024

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Bonjour JM,

 

Les imprimeurs souhaitent que les polices soient vectorisées, surtout avec les grands formats type banderoles ou affichage urbain. Je ne connaissais pas la possibilité de les vectoriser après exportation avec Acrobat Pro. Je vais explorer cette piste. Merci pour ta réponse. 

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Mar 15, 2024 Mar 15, 2024

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Hi @amauryf78985884 , Make sure the printer isn‘t asking for outlines to prevent font substitutions, and it really is an output device limitation. Unless you are using a font that has sharing restrictions there is no reason to outline because on a PDF Export you can fully embed or subset the document fonts—a PDF with the fonts embedded should never be a problem for offset or digital printing.

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Mar 18, 2024 Mar 18, 2024

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Thanks you for your answer. Next time I'll embed the font and ask the printer if it's OK with him. They always ask for the texts to be turned into paths. 

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Thanks you for your answer. Next time I'll embed the font and ask the printer if it's OK with him. They always ask for the texts to be turned into paths. 


By @amauryf78985884

 

That's because they want to shift responsibility for the end result on you - if you supply text as text and something goes wrong during printing - and they won't check each letter with a magnifying glass BEFORE printing - you can argue that's their fault as "everything is fine in the supplied PDF".

 

If you supply file with texts vectorised - it's your responsibililty to check if everything is OK.

 

Having up-to-date software at the printer side costs money - working on an outdated software and getting vectorised files from you - is free.

 

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