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    Junior Member Vimalk is on a distinguished road
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    You might try importing it to PSD first and they save a jpeg out of it. See if it helps

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    Banned chenzhi is on a distinguished road
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    Check the output setting, the output can resample the picture, if you want to lose the original resolution should be closed resample option.

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    The best solution is open with photoshop at right DPI, right CMYK metod, and with right media box or other solution, and save as JPG file without compression, but with this solution can do any problem, if in the setting of exported PDF there is a overprinting noir, photoshop read all setting PDF, and one thingh in ADOBE READER (that is the plus used) see good, and in Photoshop you see more object noir and with this problem you can do a bad work.
    Look always adobe reader Prewiew and after see photoshop document, ALWAYS.
    Overprinting is a very big problem. With JDF file they say this can't do.
    I hope.
    BYE BYE

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    Donor raksutakan is on a distinguished road
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    The quality of the image. depend on save PDF file.
    You must setting option in image resolution to Maximum.
    if it save to low resolution.
    You open in any program it did not make a quality to better.
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    Banned guaucorreo is on a distinguished road
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    another question,.....
    if i exported in .png is better quality than in .jpg (with the same resolution)???

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    Quote Originally Posted by guaucorreo View Post
    another question,.....
    if i exported in .png is better quality than in .jpg (with the same resolution)???
    Not recommended. .PNG this format for display on the web.
    .tif format for Large format printing.
    Raksutakan(mee)

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    Change your export setting or use Photoshop to open individual pages at whatever resolution you want. Stay well away from PNG coz it sucks big time.

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    Export from photoshop for sure.

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    I'm using Photoshop which gives you some control on quality and size. Results are pretty good.

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    I'd also recommended photoshop; just to mention a bug in cs6: if you rasterize a pdf with flattened transparencies and you have antialiasing import option in PS turned on, you will see thin white lines in rasterized image... I am sure this bug was reported to Adobe but not sure if it was fixed yet...

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    The best way is to import pdf into Photoshop, render in opening dialouge with a high value greater than you will use it und cut the image out (if necessary) and then save to jpeg.

    But this depends on the quality of the pdf - if pdf has already crappy resolution you won't get any better than that.

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    Good , and thanks

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    CorelDraw

    If you have CorelDraw you can open the PDF and save as :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by kukku.pappu View Post
    My question is misunderstood by many people. actually i have 300 dpi images containing pdf file. if i have to send jpg for approval to client i have to send 72/96 dpi image to them. if i convert jpg file thru acrobat in 72/96 dpi (with maximum output setting mean compression and all that) the output is not readable, you can see by converting your file. but if we convert it thru photoshop or illustrator then this issue is not there, but photoshop/illustrator take much more time and font issue is more problem. here this question arise "how to make good quality jpg..."

    thankx and regards
    This I do not understand. PDF makes our life easier and yet many people keep on reverting to old ways. Add to that, there are lot of free storage in the cloud that people can use.

    Anyway, just re-fry your PDF file to reduce the file size. There is no need to convert PDF to JPG.

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    you can save the pdf with 300dpi resolution, for example, that should work!

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