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Description

SCAND offers flexible solutions and extensions based upon Adobe Creative Suite, beginning from CS and ending with CC 2018. We have strong experience in plug-in development for Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and other Adobe products, both for Windows and macOS X.
We present a new solution – direct support of SVG format for Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop.

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Our Solution

SCAND provides the complete support of SVG format for Adobe Creative Suite, including InDesign and Photoshop, both Windows and Mac, 32 and 64bit.

In practice, Adobe already has the support of SVG file format, but only in Adobe Illustrator. So, you can’t use SVG files like images for InDesign without conversion to EPS. We present a new solution – direct support of SVG format for Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop.

Scalable Vector Graphics with SVG Kit is easy, flexible and open. Using our product you can use SVG images in your automated printing process in the same manner as EPS and others. The detailed information about our product you can find here.

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Manual

SVG format Support in InDesign

Scalar Vector Graphics is easy, flexible and open. Contrary to Flex/Flash, it has much more sense in DTP.

Now, you don’t need to convert SVG images into EPS any more like you used to; instead, use SVG natively as other image formats directly in InDesign by placing SVG images on pages. And all changes of SVG images are reflected into InDesign as well. And of course all commands and effects are applicable to SVG images as for any other image types.

Scripting is supported too, like this:

set pageToPlace = document.Pages.Add
set margins = pageToPlace.MarginPreferences
pageToPlace.Place "gradients.svg"Array(margins.left, margins.top)

Adobe InDesign Server is also supported (Windows only), so with our solution you can use SVG images in your automated printing process in the same manner as for EPS and others. In Adobe InDesign, we offer support of SVG and SVGZ images, conforming from SVG 1.0 to SVG 1.2, with specific support of Inkscape and Adobe Illustrator SVG documents.

Our solution offers correct support of PDF flattening, RGB and CMYK color spaces, and EPS vector images in export. We do not add any menu items or anything else – the entire support is integrated into the existing commands, like ‘Place’ and ‘Export’.

SVG format Support in Photoshop

In Web, you can use SVG adjusted in Photoshop directly, with layers.

In such cases, you need to apply certain effects, available in Photoshop only. Of course, the image becomes raster, but sometimes it is reasonable. Unfortunately, once you converted SVG into raster, you lose all layers, figures and so on, so the first thing you usually do is splitting raster into layers, managing colors, etc.

Now, we offer advanced conversion from SVG to PSD, on the fly, directly in Photoshop. Just open the SVG file in Photoshop, and we’ll do the rest. An image will be shrunk into layers automatically, depending on SVG figures, opacity, and effects. All intercepted polygons will be moved into different layers, to provide you more power with image operations.

Of course, every layer becomes raster; but as original SVG figures (text, curves, triangles, filters, transparency effects, etc.) are combined on the layers to let you operate every figure or effect separately.

Transparency is handled in a specific order: if possible, it is applied not to raster itself but to the whole layer, and you can manage opacity easy.

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