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This is a bit mundane, but one of the most used features (for me, anyway) of Photoshop - and Gimp, with the plugin - is the 'save for web' option. If Photo has it I haven't been able to find it.
Hello, My client and I have been working on a packaging design for over a year and the design is almost ready to go to press. There are 2 sizes of the same package designed in Affinity Publisher with assets created/edited in Designer and Photo. The two packages are essentially 2 documents with 2 rectangle pages each (No die-line) 13" x 15" + 1/8" bleed x 2 pages (Front and back) 10" x 12" + 1/8 bleed x 2 pages (Front and back) The packages are to be printed on a shrink-wrap for a frozen pizza crust. I just learned that the printing costs for my client are upwards of $20,000. This is huge and I have to get the output correct. I just received the specifications from the printer and they are attached. However, I will copy the important specs below. My question is, am I able to provide what the printer is looking for based on the capabilities of Affinity Publisher vs. the printer's requirements? If so, I would really appreciate some guidance to create the output PDF files. I literally CANNOT afford to get this wrong as it will be the end of me! Please help. Guidance is appreciated. This being a $20 K print job I'm quite stressed about this. If someone is an expert in this and is able to help me, I can even provide the art files and am willing to pay for professional help. Thank you! DESIGN HOUSE SPECS.pdf ACCEPTABLE FILE FORMATS.pdf