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PNG Images cut off in PDF export

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Mar 29, 2020

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When I export a document within indesign to a PDF - all of the transparent icons which are PNG's are slightly cut off on the right side.
I have ensured that the bounding box around the image is extended well to the right.

Any ideas?

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Correct answer by Eugene_Tyson | Adobe Community Professional

More than likely an error in the original image saves.

I'd reopen the PNGs and resave them all as PNG 24 and relink them.

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PNG Images cut off in PDF export

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When I export a document within indesign to a PDF - all of the transparent icons which are PNG's are slightly cut off on the right side.
I have ensured that the bounding box around the image is extended well to the right.

Any ideas?

Screen Shot 2020-03-30 at 12.30.40 pm.pngScreen Shot 2020-03-30 at 12.30.45 pm.png

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Correct answer by Eugene_Tyson | Adobe Community Professional

More than likely an error in the original image saves.

I'd reopen the PNGs and resave them all as PNG 24 and relink them.

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More than likely an error in the original image saves.

I'd reopen the PNGs and resave them all as PNG 24 and relink them.

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Thank you so much! This solved the problem.

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I have ensured that the bounding box around the image is extended well to the right.

Any ideas?

 

This has come up before, you need to add some padding to the PNG’s canvas in Photoshop and resave—extending the PNG’s parent frame in InDesign doesn’t help

 

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This didn't work unfortunately. Another user suggested saving as a PNG 24 which worked. 

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How much padding did you add in Photoshop? It needs to be more than a few pixels.

 

Here‘s what I get with 8-bit pngs, the version on the left has 50px of padding:

 

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