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Topic: Print Optimized to Screen Optimized
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55853
From: skajan
Date: 5/29/2002 05:15 PM

Hi All

> I think, i didn't give you a clear explanation about my task in my last
> mail. Actually my task is to
>
> change the Print optimised pdf into screen optimised one. The reason for
> this is to reduce the file size in-order to show in the web (I don't worry
> about the quality).
>
> I have played with distiller as "Print optimised" option selected and it
> produce 289 kb pdf document. Again I have created on pdf with "screen
> optimised" option selected, which gave me a 6 kb file.
>
> then I have examine both pdfs and I found the following different.
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
> "Print optimised"
> --------------------------
> 17 0 obj
> <<
> /Type /Page
> /Parent 3 0 R
> /Resources 18 0 R
> /Contents 23 0 R
> /MediaBox [ 0 0 255 142 ]
> /CropBox [ 0 0 255 142 ]
> /Rotate 0
> >>
> endobj
> 18 0 obj
> <<
> /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text ]
> /Font << /F1 22 0 R /F5 28 0 R /F6 24 0 R /F7 27 0 R >>
> /ExtGState << /GS1 35 0 R /GS2 36 0 R >>
> /ColorSpace << /DefaultCMYK 19 0 R /Cs9 19 0 R /Cs10 20 0 R /Cs11 30 0 R
> >>
> >>
> endobj
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
>
> "Screen optimized"
> --------------------------
> 5 0 obj
> <<
> /Type /Page
> /Parent 1 0 R
> /Resources 6 0 R
> /Contents 10 0 R
> /MediaBox [ 0 0 255 142 ]
> /CropBox [ 0 0 255 142 ]
> /Rotate 0
> >>
> endobj
> 6 0 obj
> <<
> /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text ]
> /Font << /F1 9 0 R /F5 16 0 R /F6 11 0 R /F7 14 0 R >>
> /ExtGState << /GS1 20 0 R >>
> /ColorSpace << /Cs5 7 0 R /Cs9 8 0 R /Cs10 17 0 R >>
> >>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
>
> In the Print Optimised pdf I have follow the path, I mean first I went to
> Object 19 and I found
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
> 19 0 obj
> [
> /ICCBased 34 0 R
> ]
> endobj
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
>
> Then I move to Object 34 and I found
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
> 34 0 obj
> << /N 4 /Alternate /DeviceCMYK /Length 287434 /Filter /FlateDecode >>
> stream
Lot of Datas
> endstream
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------
> Then I come to the conclusion that the distiller is adding lengthy
> information in order to understand the printer and which make this pdf too
> big(289 kb).
>
> now my question is
>
> what kind of adjustment I have to do in the pdf in-order to convert
> PrintOptimized to ScreenOptimized.
>
> Note : Most of our customers are sending us PDFs which have made up of
> PrintOptimized selected.
>
> Thanks for your time.
>
> Shan Kajendran
>
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