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Title: Does anyone know if using EPS images to make PDF is problem with any RIP?
Post by: Jupeku on June 29, 2014, 07:45:56 am
Does anyone know if using EPS images to make PDF is problem with any RIP? how i can know it. I dont know where i print my book(s). Which is basic reason why i cannot ask.
Title: Re: Does anyone know if using EPS images to make PDF is problem with any RIP?
Post by: utnik on June 29, 2014, 02:28:47 pm
hi jupeku

Does anyone know if using EPS images to make PDF is problem with any RIP?

it depends on the content of the .eps file (and on the .pdf version).
when you export your .pdf file you'll find a checkbox to 'embed pdf & eps files'
as long as you don't know how and where you'll print your book, i see a high probability for problems – at least for mixed content .eps files fram an unknown source (unknown color spaces…)


utnik
Title: Re: Does anyone know if using EPS images to make PDF is problem with any RIP?
Post by: Jupeku on July 21, 2014, 02:37:57 am
i converted them cmyk colours using Scribus tools and they are text and vectors. they look fine in my display and when i print.
Title: Re: Does anyone know if using EPS images to make PDF is problem with any RIP?
Post by: Jupeku on July 26, 2014, 01:04:10 pm
I found using so many and so complex eps images (like 54 or even 81 for example) is way too slow for me.