Anyone knows better ways to reduce to maximum? Following are the things I done to close the case. I used Blue Beam Revu software to reduce the file size, it take it down to 36MB with good enough quality. Uploaded to online pdf file compressor sorry, I don't remember the site , and it make 10MB but low quality of course, as mentioned by so many IT Pros above. So I shown the final output to user, for which he agreed to upload with not that much good quality, so case closed :.
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Tools are only as good as our ability to use them. The Revu Tool Kit is a collection of useful tips, tricks and keyboard shortcuts to supercharge your workflows. Repeat the steps to point to multiple locations on your drawing.
Optimize your dual monitor workspace! If you frequently access tabs and panels like the Tool Chest and Markups List, you can click and drag them over to your second monitor so that they are always in view. Clicking a hyperlink in Revu will take you from your current document into the linked content.
You can also try highlighting the text in a document. Vector documents will allow for text to be selected, whereas scanned documents will only recognize text if OCR has been run. Vector files allow you to snap to content to quickly get the most accurate measurements, so we recommend asking for vector files instead of scans whenever possible. This is especially useful if you need to make many changes to a text-based document but only have the PDF version.
To get started, click on the Bluebeam Studio icon on the Panel Access and create a new account. Once logged in, you can use Studio Projects or Studio Sessions. Studio Projects is a single centralized location to store documents in the cloud. Studio Sessions let project teams review, mark up and update the same files at the same time, allowing partners worldwide to connect on the same set of documents.
This allows your tools to automatically scale in relation to any calibrated drawing or viewport they are placed in. If you need to translate text that is in the original PDF, you can either select the text and copy and paste it into a text box, then follow the translation process above. Or, follow Tip 9 followed by the translation process, and the translated text will appear in your Markups List summary report.
A longtime favorite: Hold down the Shift key to draw a perfect line. To quickly create a copy of any selected markup, hold down the Ctrl key, then click and drag the markup to the side. To minimize the Panel Access and have access to more screen real estate, click on the blue bar.
Simply click on the blue bar again to bring it back. Share a file from a Studio Project with anyone by using Share Link, which will provide a link that you can sen to your collaborators. Simply right-click the file in your Studio Project and select Share Link. The file can be password-protected and set to expire either at the end of the project or after 24 hours. As long as the link is valid, it will always contain the latest version of the document that has been updated within the Studio Project.
This is a great option for CAD drawings! Color processing can also convert colorful PDFs to monochrome or grayscale. Did you know that you can open a web page within Revu? Simply right-click next to your current document tab and select WebTab from the context menu. Did you know that you can give markups statuses, such as approved or rejected? Then you can easily visualize the status of markups by color-coding them so that the colors change automatically as you change the status of the markup.
This works really well with Punchkeys. To color-code, a markup, go to the Status column in the Markups List, click on Manage Status, select a state such as approved, rejected, etc. Spaces, the feature in Revu for defining regions of a drawing, can be copied across other pages and files in Revu. This is a great way to save time from individually recreating each space if you are working on files with duplicate floors, such as health care or hospitality projects. You can also select multiple Paces in the list by holding down the Shift key while making your selections, and then choose Copy.
Paste into your selected document. You can get area measurements directly from Spaces. Revu keyboard shortcuts can now be customized! So you can remap existing Revu shortcuts to match similar functions in other programs you already use or add new shortcuts to create your own personal list of frequently used commands. New customizable shortcuts include batch tools, sketch tools, cut content, erase content and lots more. Select Revu on the Menu bar and click Keyboard Shortcuts.
In the Keyboard Shortcuts window, select the tool or command you want to shortcut, enter they keystroke in the Shortcut field, and click Add. To use a shortcut already assigned to another tool, click Reassign. All shortcuts listed in the Revu menu system will be automatically updated once a new shortcut has been assigned, making them easier to find and remember.
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Reducing the PDF file size
This post is part of a tutorial on how to turn scanned papers into navigable PDF documents. One of the many features improved in Bluebeam Revu 12 was the "Reduce File Size" feature, which does pretty much exactly what it sounds like. For anyone who works with PDFs, this feature is tremendously helpful in keeping your PDFs small in size and quick to render. If you are working with scanned PDFs, embedding images, working with lots of layers, or all of the above, you may have noticed that your PDF files can become large rather quickly. Nearly everyone that works in an office has had the unpleasant experience of being sent or trying to send a massive PDF file; it takes forever to download, and almost as long to open it.
Bluebeam Revu Auto Size MarkUps
Tools are only as good as our ability to use them. The Revu Tool Kit is a collection of useful tips, tricks and keyboard shortcuts to supercharge your workflows. Repeat the steps to point to multiple locations on your drawing. Optimize your dual monitor workspace!
Top 20 Helpful Tips, Tricks & Shortcuts for Bluebeam Revu
Bluebeam Revu provides a useful mechanism for reducing the size of PDFs to allow you to share them over email or document management systems with ease. Additionally, reducing the size of your PDF can help shorten load times and ensure seamless navigation through your documents. With the Reduce File Size tool, Revu compresses bitmap images and removes non-visible document data, giving you various options to ensure the quality of your document remains as you need it. Reduce File Size will only affect raster content scanned documents and will have no effect on vector content. In general, using Reduce File Size should be the last step when working with a document, as this tool is not able to be undone.
How To Reduce File Sizes of PDFs in Bluebeam Revu 2019
Revu provides a mechanism for reducing the size of some PDFs to make them more palatable for email or a Document Management System. This tool works by compressing bitmap images and removing non-visible document data. It does not affect vector content. Be aware that performing this action on a page containing flattened markups will prevent all markups on the page from being unflattened. There is also a Batch version of Reduce File Size. To reduce the size of a single PDF:. Revu comes preloaded with several convenient Presets , pre-configured settings designed to balance document Quality with the amount of Compression.