Compress Adobe File
When you want to send huge files through the internet it becomes a very tedious task, especially if the file size is larger than 10 MB. The best option available for you is to compress a Adobe file so that it becomes easier for you to transfer as well as save the file. The memory allotted to a compressed adobe file is less than the whole initial file.
Ways to Compress Adobe File
You can convert a number of files into a single Adobe PDF and this becomes easy to handle. You might be aware that when you want to compress Adobe file, the file size changes to a large extent and quality is altered to a small extent. But it works well when your documents contain a lot of images. There are a large number of Adobe file compression methods and you can choose the best one that will suit your needs. The file size is usually reduced by changing the color and reducing the monochrome images that are present in the document. Other than the compression method you can even try the resampling or downsampling methods because these two methods reduce the file size by combining the pixels into one large pixel ( a bitmap image is made up of pixels which determine the file size).
The Right Way to Compress Adobe File
If you are using compression techniques then you can opt for the ZIP file format which automatically reduces file size for sending over the internet. Compression algorithms are also present which will decide automatically, the best quality for grayscale images and color too. JPEGs are the most commonly used compression algorithms used to compress color images. Although it is a lossy method, wherein image quality will be reduced a bit, but there is significant decrease in file size. But the losses of data become visible when files are decompressed in the form of compression artifacts or defects on the image. ZIP works best on large images with a single color or even on images that have a repeating pattern. If your machine is Acrobat 6 compatible then you can use the JPEG 2000 which is the best compression algorithm present. For monochrome bitmap images you can use the CCITT compression which is just as good.