Share for Review very slow - too much resolution?

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Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020

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I'm trying to use share for review with a very large document. 

It take forever to upload, which I can live with. But opening it online is way too slow to share with a client.  Can't ask them to wait three minutes to open.

And Safari gives a "this webpage was reloaded becuase it was using significant memory" error, every time I look away.

So my question - can I control image resolution anywhere (not in my overall document, I need the resolution I have) but in what is sent to the Share for Review server? I think it's sending my images at full resolution (can't even zoom in that far), which is a waste of resources.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 22, 2020 Dec 22, 2020
Ok, i understand  i'm going to test with your settings  2880px x 1800 px and 220 pages It was a new document or a document already created? What is the file format when you check it in Indesign? I just created this one to test and no issues with it. Don't look at the creativity  but you can test and tell me if i'm ok with the settings. https://assets.adobe.com/id/urn:aaid:sc:US:39894d9f-1296-4b78-9c8c-635352f422a4?view=published

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 22, 2020 Dec 22, 2020
In the Advanced tab you can set a resolution and compression for the document links. If you set it to 72ppi and had a page with a full bleed image, that image would export at 2880 px x 1800 px. InDesign pages don‘t have a resolution, Pixels are a ruler unit that equals 1/72". If you set your rulers to Inches and select an images parent frame, you can get its export pixel dimensions by multiplying the dimensions by the export resolution you choose.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 22, 2020 Dec 22, 2020

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Hello, can you tell us the size and the resolution of the document? Ans if it's possible share with us the link to see if it's the same thing .

Have tryied with an another browser?

Hazve tried an another document?

The link :

https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/user-guide.html/indesign/using/share-for-review.ug.html

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Dec 22, 2020 Dec 22, 2020

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Unfortunately can't share for confidentiality reasons. 

I actually confused by the size of the document... it's sized 2880 pix x 1800 pix (intent: web) @ 220 pages. I don't see any equivelent to illustrator's "document raster effects resolution", so it's hard to understand how it determines resolution... If I convert an obect to inches withing the document at full width it's over 40"... never something I set. Just set up a document size I needeed. I think that means if it's opened with a size specified in pixels it assumes 72 dpi?

Haven't done that kind of troubleshooting, just haven't had the time.

I doubt browser is the thing... but using Safari (latest).

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Ok, i understand 😉 i'm going to test with your settings 😉

2880px x 1800 px and 220 pages

 

It was a new document or a document already created? What is the file format when you check it in Indesign?

 

I just created this one to test and no issues with it. Don't look at the creativity 😁 but you can test and tell me if i'm ok with the settings.

https://assets.adobe.com/id/urn:aaid:sc:US:39894d9f-1296-4b78-9c8c-635352f422a4?view=published

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In the Advanced tab you can set a resolution and compression for the document links. If you set it to 72ppi and had a page with a full bleed image, that image would export at 2880 px x 1800 px. InDesign pages don‘t have a resolution, Pixels are a ruler unit that equals 1/72". If you set your rulers to Inches and select an images parent frame, you can get its export pixel dimensions by multiplying the dimensions by the export resolution you choose.

 

 

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