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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Graphic Design Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for Graphic Design professionals, students, and enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. When I export from Indesign I would like to maintain a high quality eg dpi resolution , but I do not want anyone can open with illustrator my pdf and can move objects like I was back in the indesign project. As far as I'm aware, other than password protecting the PDF which can easily be circumvented , only raster-based PDFs would prevent easy editing of otherwise easily edited content such as text or vector objects. Of course, even raster-based PDFs can be opened in an image editor such as Photoshop and manipulated as images.

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Imagine situation that someone gave you a number of PDF files with white vector stripes made in a plugin Quite Imposing Plus. Since these objects are mere rectangles and you want them to be permanently flatten with underlaying bacground bitmap the question is How to do this in a most efficient way in a batch process on the number of files.

Its equivalent of Redact command but you don't mark for redactio anything. You could print to PDF "as bitmap" dpi but you don't want to change the original sizes of the pages. You could export everything to multiple page TIFF files and import them back to Acrobat converting to PDFs but you need more simple, efficient and less time consuming solution like "rasterize all" within given files.

Any suggestions for Acrobat 9 users? Jan Wroclaw. I am familiar with Quite Imposing but I don't know what you mean by "white vector stripes".

QIP creates real PDF content, not anything bases on form fields or annotations, so there should not be any reason to flatten your document. What is your workflow, and why do you think you need to flatten these documents? Save as an image format. Unless you purchase or write a plug-in for this purpose, your only options are to print to an image format or save as one directly.

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Imagine situation that someone gave you a number of PDF files with white vector stripes made in a plugin Quite Imposing Plus. Since these objects are mere rectangles and you want them to be permanently flatten with underlaying bacground bitmap the question is How to do this in a most efficient way in a batch process on the number of files. Its equivalent of Redact command but you don't mark for redactio anything. You could print to PDF "as bitmap" dpi but you don't want to change the original sizes of the pages. You could export everything to multiple page TIFF files and import them back to Acrobat converting to PDFs but you need more simple, efficient and less time consuming solution like "rasterize all" within given files. Any suggestions for Acrobat 9 users? Jan Wroclaw.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. Looking for a way to convert vector graphics — but not text objects — to rasters in PDFs using the javascript tool in Adobe Acrobat. The answers to this question do not suffice: Replacing vector images in a PDF with raster images. The html rendering tool created an SVG and preserved the vectors. It did not rasterize it. Imagemagick does not preserve text.

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