Optimization Tab of Document Options Window
tab of Document Options window lets you configure converted document optimization
and compatibility options:
- Compatibility - here you can specify which
minimum Flash Player version your converted documents need to support. The
smaller version options provide better compatibility in case a lower version
player is installed on viewing user's system. The higher version options, on
the other hand, tend to provide a better document size and performance
optimization because newer Flash Player version features may be used.
If ActionScript 3 documents are generated,
the minimum version of the output Flash documents will be 9 regardless of
this option setting.
If a custom document viewer
for single file format
is used, the resulting Flash document file version will be the maximum
between the value of Compatibility field and the Flash template file version;
- Use LZMA compression - specifies if Flash
documents should be compressed using a newer LZMA compression method. This
method is available since Flash Player 11. If this option is not set, Flash
documents are compressed using an older ZLIB compression method;
- Use JPEG compression - by enabling this option some of
the images in your document are compressed using JPEG compression algorithm.
Using JPEG significantly reduces the size required for image storage and hence - the overall document size. Not all images are reasonable to
compress to JPEG and Print2Flash decides on whether to compress images using
JPEG automatically depending on image characteristics. When this option is
off, no images are compressed with JPEG algorithm. The
Quality option detailed below further controls the parameters of JPEG
- JPEG Quality - controls the quality of the resulting
JPEG images if JPEG compression is turned on. The quality
can be expressed as a number between 1 and 100, the higher numbers meaning
better quality and bigger storage size and vice versa. You can enter this
numeric value directly in the right-hand edit field or you can a select a
predefined quality level from the left-hand drop down list.
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