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I am creating pdf's from a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation, using PDFWriter in Acrobat 4.0. The resolution of the pdf's are quite poor -- certainly poorer than the originals in the Powerpoint file. I have set the output resolution in PDFWriter to 600dpi. I have also tried using Distiller instead of PDFWriter, but this either hangs my PC, or when it doesn't, it yields the same result as what PDFWriter does, only the pdf file size is a lot larger (than a similar pdf created with PDFWriter). Any help? Thanks in advance!...

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    I am creating pdf's from a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation, using PDFWriter in Acrobat 4.0.

    The resolution of the pdf's are quite poor -- certainly poorer than the originals in the Powerpoint file. I have set the output resolution in PDFWriter to 600dpi.

    I have also tried using Distiller instead of PDFWriter, but this either hangs my PC, or when it doesn't, it yields the same result as what PDFWriter does, only the pdf file size is a lot larger (than a similar pdf created with PDFWriter).

    Any help? Thanks in advance!
    David_Lombard@adobeforums.com Guest

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    > I have set the output resolution in PDFWriter to 600dpi.

    This has little effect on quality. What about the compression settings
    - what are they?
    >I have also tried using Distiller ..., only the pdf file size is a lot larger (than a similar pdf created with PDFWriter).
    Perhaps its compression settings are closer to what you need?

    Aandi Inston
    Aandi_Inston@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I have created a video chat application, but the resolution of the video is
    poor. I have both the bitrate and quality high, but it seems like the
    horizontal and vertical resolution is low. Is there a way to set the with and
    height of the captured camera input?

    ivanmoen Guest

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    It's all in the docs about the camera class. You want to use camera.setMode.

    Keep in mind that all cameras support a limited range of resolutions. If you
    try to use an unsupported resolution, the flashplayerplayer is going to have to
    resample the images coming from the camera, which will degrade the quality. You
    can play with the favorArea flag in the setMode method if you want to try to
    force an unsupported resolution.

    Also, you want the size of your video object (on the stage) to match your
    camera width and height. If they differ, the flashplayer has to resample the
    images to scale them up or down, and that will make the image blocky and ugly.

    JayCharles Guest

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