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Bonjour à tous,

 

Je suis face à un problème sous Indesign.

 

J'ai envoyé un fichier à Exaprint pour une impression.

 

J'ai cependant reçu le message suivant de leur part: 

Cependant, lors du contrôle nous avons constaté que votre fichier était trop complexe (trop de vecteurs) pour nous permettre de produire un fichier conforme à votre attente. Nous vous invitons vivement à simplifier vos fichiers avant de nous les renvoyer. Veuillez convertir le fond en photo. 

 

Le problème est qu je ne sais pas comment m'y prendre.

 

Accepteriez vous de me donner un coup de main sur comment procéder?

 

 

Avec mes remerciements

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Correct answer by Randy Hagan | Adobe Community Professional

There are a handful of things which could cause your issues:

 

  1. Lots of type converted to outlines instead of providing packaged fonts.
  2. Complex vector graphics, with lots of sumulated pixel file-like effects rendered using vector tools.
  3. Lots of graphics put into InDesign files using copy/paste or drag'n'drop from vector applications rather than using the File>Place... command to place/link them to the receiving InDesign document file.

 

There are other, less obvious ways to end up with the issues you describe in your job, but these are the three most likely culprits. And the ones easiest to fine and correct in your InDesign files. So I'd start with addressing these, correct for them and see if this gets you better results. Not knowing what you're working with for your job, I can't say exactly where you may find those issues in your files. But hopefully you can find — and hopefully correct for — any likely offenders in your InDesign document.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

 

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Indesign - fichier complexe (trop de vecteurs

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Bonjour à tous,

 

Je suis face à un problème sous Indesign.

 

J'ai envoyé un fichier à Exaprint pour une impression.

 

J'ai cependant reçu le message suivant de leur part: 

Cependant, lors du contrôle nous avons constaté que votre fichier était trop complexe (trop de vecteurs) pour nous permettre de produire un fichier conforme à votre attente. Nous vous invitons vivement à simplifier vos fichiers avant de nous les renvoyer. Veuillez convertir le fond en photo. 

 

Le problème est qu je ne sais pas comment m'y prendre.

 

Accepteriez vous de me donner un coup de main sur comment procéder?

 

 

Avec mes remerciements

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Randy Hagan | Adobe Community Professional

There are a handful of things which could cause your issues:

 

  1. Lots of type converted to outlines instead of providing packaged fonts.
  2. Complex vector graphics, with lots of sumulated pixel file-like effects rendered using vector tools.
  3. Lots of graphics put into InDesign files using copy/paste or drag'n'drop from vector applications rather than using the File>Place... command to place/link them to the receiving InDesign document file.

 

There are other, less obvious ways to end up with the issues you describe in your job, but these are the three most likely culprits. And the ones easiest to fine and correct in your InDesign files. So I'd start with addressing these, correct for them and see if this gets you better results. Not knowing what you're working with for your job, I can't say exactly where you may find those issues in your files. But hopefully you can find — and hopefully correct for — any likely offenders in your InDesign document.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

 

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What kind of file did you send the printers – PDF/X-4 is the usual prefered format, but be advised by your printer. 

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PDF/X-4 is the usual prefered format

Hi Derek

Unfortunately, most of the French printers want X-1. Worse, a major part of the online printers ask for jpegs instead of PDFs and outlined texts…

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Est-ce que par hasard, tu aurais fait beaucoup de copier-coller entre Illustrator et InDesign ? Si oui, c'est à proscrire, il faut importer les fichiers.

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There are a handful of things which could cause your issues:

 

  1. Lots of type converted to outlines instead of providing packaged fonts.
  2. Complex vector graphics, with lots of sumulated pixel file-like effects rendered using vector tools.
  3. Lots of graphics put into InDesign files using copy/paste or drag'n'drop from vector applications rather than using the File>Place... command to place/link them to the receiving InDesign document file.

 

There are other, less obvious ways to end up with the issues you describe in your job, but these are the three most likely culprits. And the ones easiest to fine and correct in your InDesign files. So I'd start with addressing these, correct for them and see if this gets you better results. Not knowing what you're working with for your job, I can't say exactly where you may find those issues in your files. But hopefully you can find — and hopefully correct for — any likely offenders in your InDesign document.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

 

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