I really like how Scrivener organizes my work.
I’ve been having similar issues w images and tables (table solution below). My question that I don’t see answered on other posts is how can I keep my image sharp and clear in Scrivener but keep the document at a smaller size for publishing? What compression works the best? I’ve been trying to put in jpgs that have no compression for clarity.
I have music examples that I’ve converted from finale mus files to jpgs, no compression. The files are around 2000 pixels wide and 300 dpi and are very sharp and clear. When I reduce it to 600 pixels it looks acceptable, when I reduce it to 150 dpi and THEN make the image 600 pixels then it’s too small and looks bad.
I have about 100 music images to put in my e textbook. What is your advice on getting the better resolution that will work in Scrivener while keeping the book file from getting too gigantic? Thank you, Kim
_______________________________Wanted to send you jpg example but I can’t see where to attach a file?
Tables, I found if I make the tables narrower in Scrivener, they compile to Word okay wo clipping.
Images, I found that if the image is chopped off in Word, I can click on it and resize it. Either that or wait after compilation to add the images (I’d rather not do that).