Share for Review: Image Quality
Can we have an option where Share > Share for Review has a high-quality view as opposed to the low-res preview (see file attached- Review (left) and Original (right)) please?
Share for Review is to quickly share a design that is still a work-in-progress with the Reviewer(s) for quick feedback. Since the review opens in a browser for the reviewer, it has to load quickly even on slow networks, that’s why the image quality has been kept low deliberately so that the page loads quickly without long wait times. Using high-res views will slow down the loading of pages in the browser considerably, marring the experience.
Hope this helps.
Adobe InDesign team
Dean Morrison commented
It should be up to the user to determine the quality of images. I understand the desire to keep file sizes small for web views but there is also a balance where you can have decent quality images that are small. At he moment the compression that is being used is a bit extreme. The selling point for Adobe to make this possible is if the user decides they want higher quality images in the review the file size is bigger and thus they use more storage and may have to upgrade their storage equaling more money for Adobe.
Markus Quintus commented
Well same here.
I just tested this feature for inhouse stakeholder.
The first thing said: How shall i check if those images are the right ones if i barrely can identify them. Just send me a high res PDF or use Screensharing
This is what we want to avoid