I am running CS5 using Windows 7.
I am trying to create an icon for an Interactive Print doc that will go on mobile devices.
jpg on iPad does not work. The icon looks fine in iTunes, but turns black when the doc is synched to iPad. I made one very successful icon using .tiff in Illustrator. But as this next icon needs to have manipulated characters in it (or at least I would >like< the icon to have them!), I have two problems:
My other choice is to ditch the character manipulation, but I don't like how it looks and that's not the way the letters look on the book the icon needs to point to.
Aside from asking this question again at the Illustrator forum, I am wondering which of the other formats offered under Ctrl-E might do the job so I can have what I envision?
@ceilr – without scripting anything?
Without using PhotoShop that could render a PDF out of InDesign to (nearly) every format and resolution you could desire?
Try InDesign CS6 with PNG export (various export controls) with or without scripting.
Here the features for CS6 export to PNG:
For CS5 it is only available and accessible by scripting (no transparency, no compression, no resolution settings … ).
TIFF export was and is not possible with InDesign.