5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 9, 2014 11:54 AM by BobLevine

    Smallest .swf export from flattened exported pdf

    bddesign3540

      Hello Community.


      Wonder if anyone has dealt with this issue before. I have a catalog that is 170 pages long, filled with .jpgs, .pngs, and a few .psd's. I need to make a .swf with hyperlinks

      on each of the 1500 images,  


      If I export the whole thing as a pdf, then make a new file with the flattened pdf, then draw rectangles bounding boxes attached to hyperlinks around each image, would that make my .swf

      considerable smaller for load time online. Or should linking the original files images individually be the way to go. Guess I am asking if there would be any difference in file size.


      Just wanted to get some insight before embarking on this tedious task.