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Re: What's wrong with this pdf?

Reply #30
Good to know about the X4 out of Acro, I did X4 it out of indy.
Next time it comes in I will do that first!

Re: What's wrong with this pdf?

Reply #31
X-4 allows for defining an output intent but preserve objects tagged with cmyk, rgb profiles for late binding color conversion. That and optional content groups (layers) allow for great flexibility if you plan the workflow with conscientious forethought.
Matt Beals

Everything I say is my own personal opinion and has nothing to do with my employer or their views.

Re: What's wrong with this pdf?

Reply #32
Don't know how to X4 out of Acro, When I did a save as other Press Ready PDF/X
It seemed to fix the problem, not sure why.

fyi: The file is all vector

Re: What's wrong with this pdf?

Reply #33
You can do it here (which you did):



Or you can do it here via Acrobat Preflight:



Or you can do it with Pitstop Preflight:

Mac OS 10.12 Sierra | Prinergy 7.5 | Adobe Creative Cloud 2017 | Two Luscher XPose 160 CTP units

Prepress: One who does precision guess work based on unreliable data provided by those of questionable knowledge.

Re: What's wrong with this pdf?

Reply #34
Thanks Joe! forgot about Acro's preflight!

 

Re: What's wrong with this pdf?

Reply #35
Besides color management benefits there is also optional content groups. And best of all, no flattening transparency.
Matt Beals

Everything I say is my own personal opinion and has nothing to do with my employer or their views.