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Old 06. Nov 2014, 09:45 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Adding to what I said earlier, I did some searches and confirmed that there is no bleed feature in the JPEG file format so any problems would not be from that source. That means it is either the conversion process or the printing process leaving blank areas.
  • many PDF to JPEG converters do take account of the PDF bleed settings so the conversion settings need to be set to match what is wanted.
  • many people have similar problems printing their images without having converted them from PDF. It's almost always the print settings.
I found a nice little tutorial on bleed Artwork Yays and Nays for those who provide designs to be printed by The principles apply to images in general.
Here's a tutorial on how to set the bleed settings in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
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