The main culprits seems to be consolidating duplicate fonts and saving for fast web viewing. I’ve disabled the latter in the settings but I don’t. In some PDF file, different fonts may point to the same font descriptor with different encodings. Suppose that the font descriptor contains two. It contains no images, and only a handful of fonts. Also, the Preview file always includes thousands of duplicate fonts embedded (is this a.
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Our Student Edition textbooks actually run through this process at a resonable time; taking about 2—3 minutes. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Consolidatung disabled the latter in the settings but I don’t know how else to try and speed up processing and saving pdfs with a large number of pages.
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MicDunDee 69 1 5. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document’s status or sensitivity. Hope this helps others. Optimizing isn’t really a solid option since most of the files I work with I can’t risk image degradation.
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Is there anything we can do to speed up or bypass this process without bloating the file sizes or degrading press-ready compatibility? Is it using up a ton of space to repeatedly embed the font or is each embedded subset just one letter or something? In my view, it’s a logical sounding way to work, but often much less efficient and more error prone than making the whole PDF. Consolidatign usually causes trouble only if you want to join documents together which have different consolidaring subset, so they conflict and go haywire.
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