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SVG in InDesign?! A problem shared is a problem halved.

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Do you want more vector graphics in your publishing activity? SVG support is now available for Adobe InDesign. Find out, how to add it in a few steps.

Do you want more vector graphics in your publishing activity? SVG support is now available for Adobe InDesign. Find out, how to add it in a few steps.

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  • 1. SVG in InDesign?! A problem shared is a problem halved.
  • 2. Speaker:“Hi everyone! Today we are going to discuss usage of SVG images in Adobe InDesign, so we gathered here our best enthusiasts...Well, at least we tried. Here are they.”
  • 3. Idle: “Vectors...I already have raster and EPS. I'm leaving.”
    Curious: “Well...hmm...are there any advantages? Maybe Idle is right.”
    Insistent: “I'm going to find out.
    Let's see...”
  • 4. SVG images are scalable, so there is no quality loss on resizing;
    SVG's are small, so the layouts will be much “lighter”
    “SVG Print” support both RGB and CMYK colors…
    Moreover…
    Learned to Insistent:
    “Let me save your time.
    Hmm...In a few words:”
    Professional sighed in relief
  • 5. SVG is ideal for both web and print usage
    it is an open standard, so you not tied to particular software
    there are free tools, like Inkscape, to draw SVG’s
    Economical: “Wow, freebies, freebies! Going to…”
    Speaker: “Oh, my God”
  • 6. Impatient: “OK, let me try it myself. Here I... Hey, are you kidding?! There is no SVG in “Place” in InDesign. Tell me something I don't know, or I'm leaving with Idle”
  • 7. Insistent: “Are there no support of SVG in InDesign? Must be another way... Ah, here it is: I'll convert it to EPS first.”
    Idle (passing by): Every time after changing SVG? With lots of images? Now I'm really leaving.
  • 8. … that every feature of InDesign is now supported for SVG files
    RGB & CMYK colors are supported
    Scripting is supported
    InDesign server support is available
    Insistent: “I've got it! A plug-in, which allows to open SVG images in InDesign. They say…”
  • 9. SVG export to ePub docs is also supported, so you can easily prepare nice-looking e-books.
    Professional (thoughtfully): “High quality titles, images, formulas...”
  • 10. Here it is: “SVG Kit for Adobe Creative Suite”. You may find more about it at http://svg.scand.com
  • 11. Speaker: “At least I'm able to say...Well, I have nothing left to say except…”
    Thank you very much
    for your attention
    For more information visit us at http://svg.scand.com