Script for Adobe InDesign
Latest update 1/11/2021, version 1.1
Fix low-res images in InDesign documents. Script calls Photoshop to upscale images placed in InDesign.
- Specify minimum resolution
- Upscale images in one operation
- Uses Photoshop Preserve Details 2.0
How to use the script
The interface is a single value to enter, the minimum pixels per inch, which defaults to 300. Enter any other value desired. Then click the OK button to begin.
The script examines each placed graphic in the document. For images, if the effective PPI is less than the minimum, the script calls Photoshop to upscale the image. Photoshop uses the resampling option “Preserve Details 2.0,” which does an amazing job of increasing resolution. Once all images are examined and upscaled as needed, the user is notified.
License details included in download
For help installing scripts, see How to Install and Use Scripts in Adobe Creative Cloud Applications.
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