Indesgin sucks at exporting interactive PDF.
Developers, answer me, please.
I used InDesign to make e-books (interactive PDF).
But every e-book was very heavy with 10 MB or more, even though I left the quality of the images at 72 or 96 DPI, and still using few images. It gets very heavy especially if you use dynamic links from Photoshop and Illustrator.
I tried everything, but I couldn't solve this problem. Is there any way to resolve this?
At Microsoft Publisher, Affinity Publisher and even Canva or Power Point it is much easier to have a light PDF with good quality images. I believe this is a defect in InDesign, the developers did not prioritize this part of exporting interactive PDF.
There is also another problem, and this is even worse.
The PDF made in InDesign when opened in Adobe Acrobat is always loading the images. As you zoom in or change the pages, images are always loaded.
I need to make a light e-book, with good image quality, and that the images are not loading all the time, and in InDesign the images are not static as if it were really a page printed on the screen, and that gives a file impression heavy .. Can you understand me?
I can only use InDesign again when I am able to resolve this, but I believe these problems are bugs.
It is not possible that even something like Canva is much more attractive to create a PDF than software for professionals such as InDesign, please check this out.