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Creating PostScript Files in InDesign CS2 - CS5
OPI Image Replacement
Omit For OPI
[ High Resolution ]
Ignore Spread Overrides
3. After making all the settings above, click the "Save" button.
VIII. Save PostScript File
4. Specify the ﬁle name and save location, and click the "Save" button to save the ﬁle.
In Trueﬂow, the OPI processing that replaces
low res EPSs with high res EPSs is support.
While in InDesign CS, when low res EPSs
created in Photoshop are used, the original
file name information is not included in
the PostScript data, resulting in the OPI
processing not being performed and the
low res images being output as they are.
The operation that uses EPS ﬁles created in
applications other than Photoshop as low
res images for OPI, such as low res images
created in GTP, will not cause a problem.
[ OPI Image Replacement ] :
InDesign CS performs the OPI processing
when outputting the PostScript data. This
setting to OFF normally.
[ Omit For OPI ] :
The OPI processing is not performed
on InDesign CS, and OPI comments
are embedded instead of including the
specified image in the PostScript data.
For example, when "EPS" is specified,
all images included in the document are
targeted for OPI, and you need to prepare
all the EPS elements on Trueﬂow. Set all
the settings to OFF normally.
[ Transparency Flattener ] :
Output with "High Resolution" selected
normally. If extremely complicated data
that requires transparency processing ends
in a RIP processing error, create preset
data in which the "Raster / Vector Balance"
value is lowered to around 75 to 99
using "Transparency Flattener Presets..."
in the Edit menu, and try to output the
data again. When you do this, the output
quality may be affected, so check that
there is no problem with the output