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Como Empaquetar si usas Aquafadas

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Hola a todos,

Soy muy metódico y una vez acabado un trabajo me gusta archivarlo usando la función de Empaquetar de InDeisgn.

El problema surge cuando la obra es digital y hemos usado la extensión Aquafadas. Esta extensión usa imágenes que no so nos reconocidas por InDesign a la hora de Empaquetar por lo que no son guardadas.

La extensión, por su parte, no dispone de la opción de Empaquetar.

¿Qué podemos hacer en este caso?

  1. Una primera solución puede ser guardar todos los recursos gráficos interactivos dentro de la misma carpeta, por ejemplo una llamada “Interactividad”. Dentro dejamos separados por carpetas todo este tipo de recursos. Después solo hace falta copiar esta carpeta a donde tengamos copiados las carpetas del resto de artículos.
    1. Ventajas:
      1. El orden es natural, el que estemos usando nosotros.
      2. Podemos copiar archivos intermedios que los hallamos usado para crear los finales.
    2. Desventajas:
      1. Hay algunos efectos, como el pase de imágenes, que nos obliga ha realizar una selección previa. Yo lo hago directamente desde Indesign, o sea, que voy marcando dentro de una carpeta con muchas imágenes cual quiero que entre en el pase de imágenes y cual no. O bien copiamos todas estas imágenes (que suelen ser muchas) o bien tenemos que hacer la selección de forma manual con el peligro de que alguna no sea incluida.
      2. No exporta lo que es la publicación como tal: preferencias, orden de los artículos, etc
  2. Otra solución es usar la opción de exportar proyecto y después importarlo de nuevo desde el panel de Aquafadas de Proyectos.

    Al exportarlo (Export) nos creara un documento con extensión “.dpe” que contendrá toda la información de la publicación: preferencias, orden de los artículos, miniaturas, etc.
    El ultimo paso es Importarlo (Import) de nuevo. Nos pedira una carpeta que este vacia para volcar todo el contenido.

    1. Ventajas:
      1. Ira todo el contenido usado.
    1. Inconvenientes:
      1. El orden de las carpetas será por el número de los artículos. Este orden no es el natural que hemos usado nosotros.
      2. Si bien es cierto que guarda todo el material no lo hace de una forma muy lógica. Las imágenes de los distintos frames de una animación son guardadas dentro de capeta de link pero metidos en otras subcaptetas con nombres muy poco lógicos.

Cada uno de los métodos tiene sus ventajas y sus inconvenientes. Personalmente me voy a quedar con el segundo.

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