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Software to check a PDF for print

Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by stablecreative, Feb 24, 2016.

  1. Is there any software out there that i can use once I've exported final artwork to a print ready file to check all image quality? something that will tell me if any images may print pixelated

    I do a number of large format stuff and often is pixelated slightly but due to being viewed from a distance as the subject is large the image is fine, also on smaller print, brochures etc be nice to have something to tell you that at X size printed on X this image quality will be poor/acceptable/good etc?
  2. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Not used it but it sounds like PreFlight or FlightChecker to me.
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  3. Sweet - found preflight within Acrobat - just having a look at it
  4. hankscorpio

    hankscorpio Moderator Staff Member

    Acrobat Professional has preflight.

    InDesign has a Preflight Panel
    You can check the file before making the PDF.

    I also wrote an article on InDesign and Resolution of Images

    Illustrator doesn't have a Preflight option, but you can save to PDF and then run the Preflight through Acrobat Pro.
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  5. AlanNunez

    AlanNunez Member

    Acrobat Pro Preflight is good and the built in ones are not bad. You can also build your own for specific needs.

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