Are you sure the eps is raster?
As I typed that it occurred to me that ID may no longer show any resolution information for eps, the same way it does not show for PDF, since it can contain both vector and raster objects, and multiple objects that might have different resolutions.
Yes, I'm sure. Just photoes edited in Photoshop.
The CS2 version did not show resolution of pdfs or vectorized eps' of course, but always photoshop eps.
Resave as .psd and replace
I'm not looking forward to resaving 128 images. Besides this would mean convincing a gang of people to change their routines, and that is not easy.
Why change this when it worked perfectly fine before ...??
That gang of people needs to move into the 21st century, anyway.
Create a Photoshop action to open the EPS, save as PSD, close. Run it on all of the images. Then use the relink to folder option in InDesign to relink to the PSD files.
hellokarena: Just remember that converting a vector format to a TIFF is a lossy operation, and you lose resolution-independence (which you may or may not have had before!)
You could trigger live preflight for showing the effictive resolution of all images (EPS included!) if you use a very low threshold at max. resolution and even more lower value at min. resolution.
it will slow down your operations tremendously and you have to single out your selected image you want to check…
Note 1: first edit the minimum resolution, then the maximum resolution field of your new preflight profile.
Note 2: don't try to set your minimum resolution values higher than your maximum resolution. Might crash your InDesign. In my case it was InDesign CS5.5 (7.5.2) that showed an alert window with an appropriate message and an ok button that I could not cancel even if I hit ok several times. I switched back to my browser to edit this message here and InDesign crashed in the background; (sometimes I try silly things just out of fun ).