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Overview of output device settings for publishing to Adobe DPS

Overview of output device settings for publishing to Adobe DPS

The following is an overview of settings to use for setting up Output Devices in Enterprise Server to publish content to these devices through Adobe DPS.

Info: Feel free to contribute to this page by providing settings for additional devices. To do this, add the settings as a comment to this page.

Apple iPad 2 settings

Setting Value
Landscape Width 1024
Landscape Height 768
Portrait Width 768
Portrait Height 1024
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality

Examples (based on a 1024x768px image):

  • 1 = 72dpi
  • 2 = 72dpi
  • 3 = 72di
  • 4 = 96dpi
Landscape Layout Width 1024
Pixel Density 132
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

Apple iPad 3 settings

Setting Value
Landscape Width 2048
Landscape Height 1536
Portrait Width 1536
Portrait Height 2048
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality

Examples (based on a 2048x1536px image):

  • 1 = 144dpi
  • 2 = 144dpi
  • 3 = 144di
  • 4 = 192dpi
Landscape Layout Width 2048
Pixel Density 264
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

Apple iPhone 3, 3g settings

Setting Value
Landscape Width 480
Landscape Height 320
Portrait Width 320
Portrait Height 480
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality
Landscape Layout Width 480
Pixel Density 163
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

Apple iPhone 4, 4s

Setting Value
Landscape Width 960
Landscape Height 640
Portrait Width 640
Portrait Height 960
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality
Landscape Layout Width 960
Pixel Density 326
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

Apple iPhone 5, 5c, 5s

Setting Value
Landscape Width 1136
Landscape Height 640
Portrait Width 640
Portrait Height 1136
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality
Landscape Layout Width 1136
Pixel Density 326
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

Kindle Fire

Setting Value
Landscape Width 1024
Landscape Height 600
Portrait Width 600
Portrait Height 1024
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality
Landscape Layout Width 1024
Pixel Density 169
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

Motorola Xoom

Setting Value
Landscape Width 1280
Landscape Height 800
Portrait Width 800
Portrait Height 1280
Preview Quality

A value from 1 to 4:

  • 1 - JPEG low quality
  • 2 - JPEG good quality
  • 3 - JPEG excellent quality
  • 4 - JPEG great quality
Landscape Layout Width 1280
Pixel Density 160
PNG Compression

A value from 0 to 9. It indicates the level of compression used for generating PNG images in InDesign.

Note: PNG images are created when Hotspot elements (Hotspot, Selected Hotspot, Hotspot content, and Hotspot Close button) or Scrollable Area content contain transparency. When undefined, the setting defaults to '5'. A higher compression takes slightly longer to generate but is still advised as it reduces the overall size of the folio file.

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