I've been given the task of designing some banners for a festival I'm organizing with friends.
I got some nice banner backgrounds from Shutterstock.com which are eps10 vector graphics.
I put them into InDesign because it's the only program I've got that will open vector graphics. Then I added some text.
But I was disappointed with the result when I exported the document to pdf. The CMYK version of the vector graphics looks so dull.
Can I open the vector graphics in Indesign in an RGB format instead of CMYK, and then export them as an RGB pdf? (I've tried exporting as a a jpeg but this exceeds the maximum file size.)
or convert to an RGB destination...
BUT, there are other issues here as well (besides whether .ps is a good format to use these days). If the output intent is print, you might not be able to reproduce those RGB colors you like so much. Do you know the color profile for the output device? Also, converting Black text, if that's what you are using, to RGB can result in very muddy text output at small sizes because it will print as cmyk rather than black ink only.