I have a document I created in InDesign.
I and I would like to export for viewing on the web.
My problem is, when I export it using the standard preset, the images I want to be sharp are blurry.
When I export it for High Res Print, the 52 page file becomes 18 Megs vs 1 Meg.
Is there are way I can change lower the quality on certain images, and raise them on others?
I was also thinking of exporting it page by page, selecting different presets depending on how quality important each image is. And then combining it at the end.
Does anyone know the best way to approach this is, or should I just bite the bullet and force the visitor to download the 18meg file to view the document.
InDesign doesn't have an option at the export stage to choose different image resolutions for each frame in the layout, but it doesn't upsample - so if you switch out your high-res images for low-res copies (i.e. copy and replace the original image files on disc) you can control the process that way.
Acrobat can resample images via the Save As > Optimized PDF dialog, but it applies the reductions to the entire file.