Still, I would find out if the original EPS is vector or bitmap. Logos
are typically vector graphics. Vectors have the advantage of creating
smaller files which are crisper in display and resize to any size
But a PNG might be a better choice if only publishing for viewing on Web
or computer, but 1800 dpi would create an excessively huge file.
Remember, too, that Acrobat will typically downsample your 1800 dpi file
when distilling to PDF. It is likely to end up as 300 dpi, unless you
change the settings in Distiller.
On 3/6/2014 7:52 PM, Syed Zaeem Hosain (syed.hos...@aeris.net) wrote:
FWIW, this is just a simple 4 color corporate logo, so I am not too
worried about using PNG format. As long as it shows cleanly in the
output PDF of my documents (and printed output) without color
artifacts, then I am good with using a PNG. At 1800 dpi rasterization,
with a 1" high logo, any jaggies are non-existent.
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