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Reduce the size of InDesign links, convert colors, formats and more

Reduce the size of InDesign links, convert colors, formats and more


LinkOptimizer is a workflow automation solution for Adobe InDesign which works with Photoshop to reduce InDesign link size, perform essential image adjustments and convert image formats. LinkOptimizer is a perfect solution for both print and electronic publishing.

Reduce InDesign link size by eliminating excess image data
LinkOptimizer will automatically reduce the image resolution, scale and crop the images in Photoshop according to their dimensions in the InDesign document and the target resolution specified, and reimport them to InDesign at 100%. Resolution upsampling is also possible.

Perform essential image adjustments:
-convert colors
-apply sharpening filters
-merge layers and delete hidden ones

Convert file formats
Convert between JPEG, PSD, TIFF and other formats automatically.

In addition you can run Photoshop Actions, work on image duplicates instead of originals, process specific layers and much more.

LinkOptimizer allows to dramatically reduce the size of InDesign job, cut down on processing time and reduce production costs:

-save valuable disk space
-accelerate output
-speed up job transfer to outside sources
-reduce job cost through faster processing

System Requirements:
- Adobe InDesign/Photoshop CS5-CC 2018
- Mac OS X 10.7 and later



•fixed: Fixed an issue in which, when analyzing multiple files, the page count of the first InDesign file could be applied to all files in the batch. This could lead to either a page range error during analyzing, or incomplete analyzing of the files with higher page count.
•fixed: Fixed a crash that could happen deleting selected files from the queue in 64-bit versions of LinkOptimizer.
•fixed: LinkOptimizer now recognizes color profiles in the ~/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/Recommended folder.
•fixed: Fixed an issue in which alpha channels in PSD and TIFF files were removed during processing under some conditions even when the ”Save alpha channels” option was checked.

Zevrix > LinkOptimizer menu in InDesign

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