If you are uploading or e-mailing files larger than 5 MB, you should compress your files prior to transfer. Take all the files for your job and place them in one folder. Then compress the folder as a .zip file using Winzip or PK Zip if it is a Windows platform file. Use Stuffit for the Macintosh platform and BinHex encode the file so that your folder will retain its resource fork and arrive with its icons intact. If your files are extremely large, you may want to compress them into several archives. This will make it easier to upload the files.
- Save JPEGs at the highest quality compression level.
- When saving TIFFs, do not turn on LZW compression if it is available.
- When saving files as EPS, make sure that preview is set to Macintosh or TIFF, 8-bits/pixel and Encoding is set to Binary.