I try to export an InDesign document to PDF, but it just stops, telling me that ICCprofiles was changed from version 4 to version 2 during export. I have no idea what this means, and can't find any settings that is obvious for changing this. Does anyone have any idea what I should do?
I really wanna avoid making the whole document over again, especially as for all I know, I might get the same problem even if doing it over again. It's a document with a hundred+ products with photos imported via EasyCatalog, so I'm guessing maybe some of the pictures are messing this up, but again, I really have no idea.
I tried to make various changed in color settings, but it doesn't seem to do any difference, the same message pops up either way.
This is the second report of this in the last month. That error should normally not be a problem, and should not stop the export, so see File Crashing on Output - printing/PDF/other |Adobe Community
Thank you. I found the problem by saving different pages until I found the page that crashed, like explained in the post you linked to. I'm not sure exactly what is the issue, but it was as expected some of the images that made it crash. I haven't found any differences when going through the details of the .jpg files, none of them have any particular attributes that I can't find in other images that doesn't stop InDesign from exporting.
However, when I import the images, they just show up with pixelated noise, like an old television. They do change into the actual image occationally, but not necessarily. So if anyone else has the same issue: try to start by deleting images that look like this when you import them into the document: