Applies to the Adobe InDesign plug-in version 29 or later
The Export to JPG workflow action automatically exports a JPG file (.jpg) from an Adobe InDesign file (.indd or .indb).
The Export to JPG workflow action is divided into two tabs: General and Image.
TIP You can also use workflow variables to specify input fields. To insert a workflow variable, click the lightning bolt icon and choose a variable from the pop-up menu.
Use this tab to specify the input, output, InDesign Server, and page range.
|Input||The file path to the input InDesign document (.indd) or book (.indb). Click the Choose File icon to choose the input InDesign file (.indd or .indb). Alternatively, enter the file path to the input file—for example, /Input/my-input.indd.|
|Output||The file path to the output image file (.jpg). Enter a name for the exported JPG file. Alternatively, click Choose File to choose an output from the pop-up menu.
The default output is output-1.jpg.
|InDesign Server||Choose the InDesign Server or Blinkenlights queue.|
|Range||Enter the number of the page or pages you want to export. Separate numbers in a range by using a hyphen, and separate multiple pages or ranges by using commas. For example, 1-3, 6-9.
The default range is All, which exports all pages.
|Pages, Spreads||Select Pages to export facing pages in a spread to a single JPG file. Select Spreads to export each page in a spread as a separate JPG file.
Pages and Spreads are mutually exclusive.
Pages is selected by default.
Use this tab to configure how the JPG file is exported.
|Quality||Choose the quality of the exported image. Options include:
|Format||Choose the format of the exported JPG file. Options include:
|Resolution (ppi)||Enter the resolution in pixels per inch (ppi) for the exported JPG image. For example, 72, 96, 150, or 300.
The default resolution is 96.
|Colour space||Specify the colour space of the exported file. Options include:
|Anti-alias||Select Anti-alias to smooth the jagged edges of text and bitmap images.
Anti-alias is selected by default.
|Use document bleed settings||Select Use document bleed settings to have the bleed area specified in InDesign's Document Setup panel appear in the exported JPG file. Deselect if you don't want the bleed area to appear in the exported JPG file.
Use document bleed settings is deselected by default.
|Simulate overprint||Select Simulate overprint to simulate the effects of overprinting spot inks with different neutral density values by converting spot colours to process colours for printing.
Simulate overprint is deselected by default.