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InDesign images become pixelated when placed

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Oct 09, 2020

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Hi,

 

When I place images into InDesign my images pixelate and become low quality (Any files including psd, ai etc.)

 

I have gone to preferences> display performance and changed the settings but still no change. (Adobe InDesign 2020)

 

What should I do next?

 

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Correct answer by Eric Dumas | Adobe Community Professional

Hi,

Can you right-click on an image with the selection tool and confirm that the Display Performance section has the correct option selected? Alternatively, in the View menu > Display Performance, can you check what option is selected?

Finally, can you check the Links panel to make sure all the files are listed without any warning?

I assume all your images are high resolution and that's why they should all display in a higher quality.

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InDesign images become pixelated when placed

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Hi,

 

When I place images into InDesign my images pixelate and become low quality (Any files including psd, ai etc.)

 

I have gone to preferences> display performance and changed the settings but still no change. (Adobe InDesign 2020)

 

What should I do next?

 

INDESIGN.PNG

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Correct answer by Eric Dumas | Adobe Community Professional

Hi,

Can you right-click on an image with the selection tool and confirm that the Display Performance section has the correct option selected? Alternatively, in the View menu > Display Performance, can you check what option is selected?

Finally, can you check the Links panel to make sure all the files are listed without any warning?

I assume all your images are high resolution and that's why they should all display in a higher quality.

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Hi,

Can you right-click on an image with the selection tool and confirm that the Display Performance section has the correct option selected? Alternatively, in the View menu > Display Performance, can you check what option is selected?

Finally, can you check the Links panel to make sure all the files are listed without any warning?

I assume all your images are high resolution and that's why they should all display in a higher quality.

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Hi Eric,

I right-clicked and selected the correct setting. It was on "use view setting" and not "high quality display".

Thank you!

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