daytonmeister at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 21:56:56 CEST 2009
Side question. Are there plans to implement later pdf versions than 1.4?
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 1:15 PM, Christoph Schäfer <christoph-schaefer at gmx.de
> Am Dienstag, 7. April 2009 18:48:57 schrieb John Culleton:
> > The only sure way I know to get to this obsolete but
> > required format is via Adobe Distiller. My alternate
> > recommendation is to save the file selecting the pdf 1-3
> > standard in Scribus. To flatten it load it into Open Office
> > Writer, save to a print file, and then use the Ghostcript
> > script ps2pdf13 to put it back into pdf form.
> No that's a pretty odd and unreliable way.
> To create a PDF/X-1a compliant file one has to:
> 1) Embed all fonts (if that's not possible, they can be converted to
> 2) Use PDF version 1.3 for export
> 3) Convert all colours to CMYK (output target "Printer")
> If the file contains transparencies, export to PDF 1.4, open the PDF in
> Reader and print to a PostScript file. Then use ps2pdf13 on the command
> to create a flattened PDF 1.3. PDF/X-1a is a subset of 1.3, so that a
> that requires X-1a shouldn't have any issue with your file.
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