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Publish online where texts and images are not clear

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Sep 29, 2020

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I have a upcoming architecture portfolio submission that needs to be fixed this coming Thursday (EST). I tried uploading and publishing my portfolio on InDesign but for some reason, my rendering images and text descriptions are blurry, grainy, not sharp and ideally that is really not what I want to show especially for a university submission. 
I tried going to view > display performance > High quality Display but it doesn't work when I publish my work online. I really need help especially since I'm tight on time with this submission. 
As you can see below the link is my portfolio and can see what I have descripted.

 

Link: https://indd.adobe.com/view/6e4e35b1-2947-4ed4-aff5-7e18112dcd31

 

Thank you anyone in advance for your help and understanding.

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Publish online where texts and images are not clear

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I have a upcoming architecture portfolio submission that needs to be fixed this coming Thursday (EST). I tried uploading and publishing my portfolio on InDesign but for some reason, my rendering images and text descriptions are blurry, grainy, not sharp and ideally that is really not what I want to show especially for a university submission. 
I tried going to view > display performance > High quality Display but it doesn't work when I publish my work online. I really need help especially since I'm tight on time with this submission. 
As you can see below the link is my portfolio and can see what I have descripted.

 

Link: https://indd.adobe.com/view/6e4e35b1-2947-4ed4-aff5-7e18112dcd31

 

Thank you anyone in advance for your help and understanding.

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Hi Jessica,

on the pages where you see this issue did you place the contents to your InDesign layout with PDF or AI files?

That would explain the rasterization effect on type and all vector elements. With Publish Online only editable text on your InDesign pages can and will be converted to vector SVG outlines. Placed PDFs, EPSs or AI files will get converted to images.

 

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Uwe Laubender

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Hey, what images would suit for high quality renders? Instead of jpeg that won't give the rasterize effect? 

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It's only editable text that would not get rendered to pixels.

With InDesign 2020 you could try to place SVG vector graphics and see if this makes a difference.

 

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Uwe Laubender

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