What are your export settings?
You should not flatten TIFF or PSD files when you import them to InDesign. It would not allow to use different layer comps.
Screenshots below. I've used these settings for ages and never had a problem until CC 2015, not changed anything in the way I work/link images in indesign/photoshop either. Why shouldn't I flatten TIFF files? The files I work with are psbs so too large to place in indesign, hence the flattened TIFFs.
Might have something to do with the transparency from Photoshop to the PDF export in indesign?
The InDesign 11.4 update (issued as part of the CC 2015.5 releases -- very poor numbering choices) is definitely buggy. I think we started seeing other reports of over-large PDFs as soon as it came out.
Under the "General" find the "Pages" in that uncheck the Spread radio button and check the pages button.
And do export to "Adobe PDF (Interactive)" in the save type. It will help you alot
Ah okay good to know! Hope they fix it soon!!
Okay thanks, will try that!
Hope it will work fine.... best of luck hehehheh
In your accessibility options is the language there the same as it is used and defined in the paragraph styles? A difference here causes often large files.
I am having a very similar issue. I am working on a Mac OS X Yosemite, version 10.10.5, latest version of CC 2015.5.
I have tried exporting many different documents to PDF. Randomly the export will not finish and InDesign will become unresponsive. I then have to force quit the application. Sometimes it is successful but most of the time it is not. Troubleshooting steps I have followed:
- cleared .plist
- repaired permissions
- updated InDesign.
- Uninstalled reinstalled
Any other solutions? Thank you