Hi- just hoping bumping this thread might elicit a response.
Bridge has contact sheet functionality, but the one-per-page at 100% may not be built in. I suspect it's scriptable in either Bridge or ID however.
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Our current workflow (not designed by me) entails entering all the images for any given book into an InDesign template. Then in Indesign I have to enter some information about the images (their numerical designation, their file format).
Have you tried the ImageCatalog script that ships with CS6? Should be in your Scripts panel. the script as is gives you a number of labeling options and it probably could be edited to include other kinds of info.
Peter- Thanks for your reply. I am aware of the bridge contact sheet. However, it was rasterizing the eps files (among other things).
Rob- No, I was not familiar with that script. Seems promising. I'll report back.
Here's a link to a blog post detailing the ImageCatalog script. http://indesignsecrets.com/bridge-to-indesign-contact-sheet-script-now-available-for-cs4.p hp
At this point ImageCatalog doesn't seem to easily solve my issue. It's easy to setup the script so that just one image appears per page but I can't get it to place the files at 100%.
Further, using the guide on the linked blog post I'm unable to get captions to work. I can setup the captions but when I attempt to add the captions using Object > Captions > Generate Static Caption the "the generate static caption" option is greyed out.
It feels like I'm getting closer though. Any advice?