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Sun, Aug 20, 2017 at 10:46:38 PM | Revit Specific PDF Creator

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Hi All,Just to throw it out there, I have been using Adobe for creating PDF's but for some complex views it blows the PDF size and the result is a slow regenerating PDF. I am printing with Vector settings the views do have surface patterns but no shading or images so it doesn't automatically print Raster. I have been advised to try out Bluebeam which have compression settings specifically to handle graphics, my question is how does everyone else get around this seemingly know issue, and is there a PDF creator which has Revit specific algorithm settings to handle the Graphics.


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Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 1:58:43 PM | Revit Specific PDF Creator

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Try CutePDF


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Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 3:31:52 AM | Revit Specific PDF Creator

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I have tested the same sheet with Adobe, Bluebeam, PDF exchange & CutePDF. The latter three file size were similar around 11mb, Adobe file size was around 3.5mb, but the regeneration issue was common to all.Adobe has around nine default presets, all of them have the same issue of slow regeneration, all that changes is the file size from the highest quality setting of 4.1mb to the small size setting of 3.5mb, changing the DPI doesn't do anything. Unless there is a specific tweak to the existing settings to fasten the loading and regeneration of the PDF which I am unaware of. It's certainly not a hardware issue too, I am surprised no one has come across this before.


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