If anyone has tips on how to improve the image quality of jpeg's in acrobat.com I'd really like to hear them. I've edited the images in Photoshop (CS4), exported them as jpeg's, and inserted them into my acrobat.com presentation. They look horrible, and there are many artifacts. If I insert the same image into Powerpoint, they look considerably better, but I'd prefer not to have to use it. Is there an image quality setting that I'm missing?
Thanks for any help,
Thanks for posting - and sorry you're having trouble. It sounds as though the image's quality is suffering because it's being down-sized upon insertion. In Presentations, any images larger than 1024 on a side are resized to fit within a 1024 bounds (we do this to optimize performance - important for a web application).
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I hope this is helpful, Rob. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
My images were already the appropriate size, so it's not downsampling that's causing the issue, but it seems like using .png works much better - has less artifacts - than .jpeg's do. Not sure why, but it looks like I'm going to have to convert all of the images into .png's...
Thanks again for your help,
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