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Today I have an Adobe InDesign tutorial video entitled a magazine layout in Adobe InDesign tutorial, a look at laying out a magazine document both for print and we use, in InDesign. I have a link below that shows my most recent magazine project that I worked on in InDesign which is also shown in the tutorial today. My method works for me where I design he artwork in Photoshop, and then transfer that over to Adobe InDesign, where I also add the text and logo files to prevent blurry printing solutions. So if you want to know how to layout a magazine in Adobe InDesign, watch my video today and I hope that the Adobe InDesign tutorial is a helpful one :) ***************** SUBSCRIBE TO SATORI GRAPHICS ***************** ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoeJKtPJLoIBqWq4o8TDLpA My most recent graphic design tutorial: https://youtu.be/u8AfiylRgnc Check out this playlist on logo design tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_uuUfGGJLc&list=PL-c9Rq56P4KkAg-9RTfMlTglR-gFR-EzI&t=244s&index=1 Layout for web use: 1:13 Exporting magazine for web use: 3:48 Layout for print use: 4:50 Exporting magazine for print use: 9:19 Magazine link of the layout example in this Adobe InDesign tutorial: http://www.urbanr3volution.co.uk/magazine/issue-11-scorcher-edition/ Thanks to yet more suggestions from subscribers, we will be looking at using Adobe InDesign to both layout and export a magazine for print and web use. This is going to be a long tutorial and I know many of my subscribers will most likely not use Adobe InDesign too often, but I do like to cover a wide range of areas of graphic design on this channel. So if you are not a fan of Adobe Indesign don’t fret, I have more Illustrator and Photoshop tutorials as well much more in the pipeline. There is a list of time stops in corner if you want to see a specific point, if you do find this tutorial helpful let me know in the comments section and subscribe to satori graphics if you haven’t done already. If you found this Adobe InDesign tutorial on magazine layout for print and web enjoyable, let me know in the comments section and drop a like on your way out. Subscribe to stay updated to all of my uploads and until next time, design your future today, peace ***************** MUSIC ***************** Shine by Joakim Karud, check his music out here https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/va Vacation by Joakim Karud, check his music out here https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/va ***************** SOCIAL NETWORKS ***************** ➤ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/satorigraphic2k ➤ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/satori_graphics/ ➤ PINTEREST: https://uk.pinterest.com/satorigraphics/ ▶ Copyright The work is protected by copyright. This is applied to the video recording of itself as well as all artistic aspects including special protection on the final outcome. Legal steps will have to be taken if copyright is breeched. Music is used from the YouTube audio library and thus copyright free music. https://youtu.be/xXKAhmT9GxU
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Text Comments (198)
Why would you want to use indesign and photoshop to create a magazine? Why not just create your pages in ps and then save them as jpegs and then use acrobat to create a pdf where you can add links and so on????
Hammad S (14 days ago)
At 2:53 why did you flatten the layers?
Fail Amir (1 month ago)
cool men, thanks for info :)
Satori Graphics (30 days ago)
Hey thanks a lot for that man, have a great day
Tristan Heck (1 month ago)
1:25 that's more than 10% of your video until you get to the point. and enough time for me looking through comments which indicate that you are not offering a good tutorial.
Satori Graphics (1 month ago)
One of my old ones yes, and I made a few mistakes. Also try reading the description of the video too whilst you're at it
inspire Legacy (1 month ago)
So can't you use InDesign to do all the work but rather you used photoshop?
AquaHolicsUK (1 month ago)
Another wannabe!
Gabby Boberry (1 month ago)
This is awesome I really wanted to know how to transfer over my photoshop images into indesign with out it looking blurry!!
Satori Graphics (1 month ago)
Happy to help Gabby!
Amalia Chilli (2 months ago)
very good tutorial, though your speech is not very clear.
yasin Arafat (2 months ago)
Bro! you are too fast, that I can't understand almost nothing. Please be briefer and take your time.
Alice Debroy (2 months ago)
Very useful instructions for output to print in InDesign, thank you!
Efren Casillan (3 months ago)
Hmmm... very nice tutorial, great I learned more from yu
wodhks90 (3 months ago)
Love this video, its more easier to use photoshop or illust to design the magazines and its gud idea to bring the works to in design for prints. cheers.! you awesome!
Satori Graphics (3 months ago)
Hey yeah that is true, BUT you should add all text and logo content in InDesign. I made a mistake there
Satya (3 months ago)
Wooowwww brother your video is spectacular
abdalah Mwinsheh (3 months ago)
When you place jpg file, what about resolution?
Thapelo Romeo Mosebo (3 months ago)
You can also use slice tool to save all the images at once.
Ana Day (3 months ago)
Helpful very helpful :) thanks a lot... NAMASTE.
Satori Graphics (3 months ago)
Cheers Ana
Joel Steeves (4 months ago)
Or just save time by only using InDesign and PSDs when necessary...
NBY IT Solution (4 months ago)
Best informative tutorial..... Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
Satori Graphics (3 months ago)
Thanks a lot :)
Adrien Belaich (4 months ago)
Hey Great vid! What's the intro music, at 0:11" ? :) Thanks for that!
Jean Michel Missri (4 months ago)
Are you sure this is an inDesign tutorial? I was expecting something done entirely in InDesign, not a lesson on how to place images. Very disappointing.
Klaas-Thijs Postma (5 months ago)
Hi thanks for the tutorial. Your artwork looks good, though i disagree with your workflow. Why would you go through jpeg-exporting in Photoshop when A) photoshopfiles import natively in InDesign, making your text editable in InDesign. And B) making it selectable in a browser/reader. Also it will leave you with a significantly smaller document.
Shimron Netia (5 months ago)
this is very helpful
Satori Graphics (5 months ago)
Thanks and I appreciate the feedback Shimron
Andy Grannell (5 months ago)
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J_ C (6 months ago)
Hello, you have some video about elaboration of newspaper and advertisement classifieds.
J_ C (5 months ago)
Cool, thank you for your attention.
Satori Graphics (5 months ago)
I see, I will maybe look into that in the near future, thanks a lot
J_ C (6 months ago)
What I want exactly, is the editing of the newspaper layout on ad classification, the best way to assemble and insert the information into a classified layout (ads).
Satori Graphics (6 months ago)
Not really no, can you expand on that, what would you like to see exactly?
Hassan Tariq (6 months ago)
Keep up the good work✌🏼
Satori Graphics (6 months ago)
Thanks Hassan! I intend to as long as I can keep doing what I am doing
Mike McGlock (6 months ago)
This video is misleading... this is creating a magazine-style layout in Photoshop. The workflow is NOT suitable for print. Downvoted, sorry.
Stevano Chandra (7 months ago)
this really2 a great tutorial, but i wanna ask something can i open SWF file that i creat with inDesign at other media ? nb: android phone?
Satori Graphics (6 months ago)
Glad to hear you resolved this Stevano!
Stevano Chandra (7 months ago)
my bad, i already can open it, i just forgot to install adobe air plugins at my phone lol
Stevano Chandra (7 months ago)
i can open it with my PC, but i cant open it with my phone
Satori Graphics (7 months ago)
hey thanks! And yes you should be able to. When you go to open the file, it should open with your internet browser.
Maurice Hurlock (7 months ago)
This was a very helpful tutorial I actual understood how to use photoshop to prepare my magazine document. However is there another video for adding page numbers? let me know thanks. Wonderful and helpful content.
Satori Graphics (7 months ago)
Cheers Maurice, and yes I do have a video on page numbers. If you search in Youtube 'satori graphics indesign booklet' that one has page numbers on it
Dahthom (7 months ago)
Fantastic tutorial!
Satori Graphics (7 months ago)
Cheers bro!
Til Fly (8 months ago)
fantastic bro.....learn something new from your video
Til Fly (8 months ago)
😍😍😍
Satori Graphics (8 months ago)
awesome! Thanks a lot again
Wayne Sinclair (8 months ago)
Nice video... Lose the music next time.
Satori Graphics (8 months ago)
Thanks for your feedback man
isaiah thomas (8 months ago)
If I wanted to make separate pages, would I then save as single page continuous? Also what is the key difference between "facing " and "cover page"? -Love the tutorial by the way!
Satori Graphics (8 months ago)
Yes single page continuous would be the best for that I think. Facing refers to a double page spread, and cover page is just as it says, a cover page. If your document has a cover page, you want to start it with that
DejaBlue (8 months ago)
I have crippling depression
Satori Graphics (8 months ago)
If that is true then I am sorry to hear that I've suffered with depression a few times, but mainly because of anxiety disorders. If you can maybe talk to someone about your issues, and look to see if you can change small parts of your life a bit at a time, to increase wellness and wellbeing. Things like starting to exercise, eating a healthy diet, meditation maybe. But you should always remember that nothing is permanent in life, and your depression will come and go, fact :)
Trey Robinson (8 months ago)
Hey, just getting into Print, learning the basics and everything. For measurements, why do we need to compensate the Bleed in Photoshop (enlarge by 6mm all around) for the 3mm bleed in InDesign? Is PS splitting that 6mm height into 3 for the top and 3 for bottom?
why do you call it magazine layout in Id, if you do just everythig in PS? if i'd like to learn how to do it in photoshop i would look for photoshop tutorials, great, wasted my time
Satori Graphics (9 months ago)
because, it is a magazine 'layout' - not the design but the layout. You cannot add bleeds in Photoshop and you cannot make digital art in InDeign. Granted, it is probably a better idea to add the text elements in InDesign, but the purposes of InDesign in this tutorial is to layout the magazine with bleeds for print. Hope that makes sense
Charlotte Grub (9 months ago)
How to you create a design so that you change pages by clicking the "arrow" buttons like the magazine shown in the beginning and not peeling the pages?
Satori Graphics (9 months ago)
When you export the file, you need to save it as a SVG file
Arjon Diesta (9 months ago)
hahah! this is cheating but i think its okay as long as the quality is the same or acceptable.
Satori Graphics (9 months ago)
lol yeah it is not the orthodox way, but if the final outcome looks fine I guess it is ok. However, I do suggest that people add text and logo content within InDesign, I made this tut quite a long time ago now
souiid (9 months ago)
Where that words or those informations of those pictures came from ?
El Care Barbie (9 months ago)
I love your video , I'm confused about why do you use a 3mm bleed in the Indesign file but a 6mm bleed on the Photoshop file?
Satori Graphics (9 months ago)
Thanks for the feedback. I don't know why I did that, but on any design A4 or lower, 3mm bleed is the least amount you want. I made this video a long time ago on my channel, and the quality is not that great and I made quite a few errors.. My newer content is vastly different :)
matthew keissard (9 months ago)
0:38 "a SCRUBscriber" suggestion. that made me giggle :D .
Satori Graphics (9 months ago)
lol oops!
Oni-Chan Reyes (9 months ago)
Too many ads 😑
King Owl (10 months ago)
this is fucken helpful for my school project lmaoo ty ty ty
Satori Graphics (10 months ago)
haha glad to hear it
Bérengère Corde (11 months ago)
Excellent tutorial the best out there! Thank you so much
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
Thanks a lot for the comment!
logan91235 (11 months ago)
Why did you decide to use Jpeg instead of keeping it in the native format or TIFF? I know PSDs are larger, but wouldn't it be worth it to preserve editability?
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
This is true, my tutorial here has a few errors as I rushed it and it was quite far back i my channels history. This is a valid point, but I think I did save 2 copies of the design though to refer back to and edit at a later stage
akhwan munawar (11 months ago)
Hi please help, i followed your tutorial for swf and the result is bad resolution. I set up the document from the photosop same as on indesign and export it to jpg then place on indesign but the resolution is so bad
akhwan munawar (11 months ago)
Satori Graphics thank you very much i'll try it. And thank you for always sharing your skill.
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
Maybe you should try working in a RGB document in Ps first of all? Apart from that I'm not sure of the issue, you could try saving the files in Ps to a different file format such as TIFF or PNG.
akhwan munawar (11 months ago)
Satori Graphics yes i am sure that it is high resolution. My artwork size 21.05cm of widh and 27.05 of height. I used CMYK color mode from photosop but in indesign i changed to RGB
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
That is odd.. Are you sure that you started with high quality images? What values did you use for the Ps document, and how did you save it?
akhwan munawar (11 months ago)
Satori Graphics after i exported. The swf file on web browser
Stuart Mitchell (11 months ago)
Hi there. A quick question. Why did you halve the spread image in PS into two different images and them place them separately into ID. Would it not be easier to just place the entire image into ID as a spread?
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
haha no problems, I didn't think you were being a prat. It's a solid and relevant point. Check out my newer vids as they are better made I think :P Have a great day mate
Stuart Mitchell (11 months ago)
Mate, thanks for getting back so quick. Wasn't trying to be a prat. Just thought I must be missing something. Great work with the videos. Well made!!
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
I made an error doing that for this project, as I needed to do that for a digital publishing project at the time. I should have remade the video without doing it.. This video is quite old on my channel and I don;'t make mistakes like this anymore. I think I also left a note in the description about the double page spread error?
Zak Waters (11 months ago)
Im more annoyed at all your adverts. I don't have the time to mess about with adverts every 2 minutes sorry and good luck
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
Cheers! 🍻 This video was published quite a long time ago on my channel, recent videos don't operate in that way, and video / audio quality is better too
Matt Luken (11 months ago)
My picture is clear in Photoshop, but it get's pixelated in InDesign when I zoom in on the pictures... please help
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
This could be various things, but most likely it is the view settings. Try going up at the top to InDesign.Preferences (Mac) or File > Preference (Windows) and click on Display Performance.. Change it to high quality instead of standard. It may also be under View. By default InDesign will set things to standard for some reason, Also export your document as PDF and see if that still looks like low quality as the screen preview when in iNDesign may not be how it appeared when printed
This was fantastic. Quick and clear and just at my level. Thank you!
Satori Graphics (11 months ago)
Great to hear! Take care and thanks for the feedback!
setto frank (11 months ago)
Perhaps your title should indicate that this is using Photoshop. I was looking for an Indesign tutorial, and unfortunately this didn't meet my needs and I felt annoyed I spent my time watching.
Jobille Photography (11 months ago)
InDesign Tutorial using Photoshop then InDesign
TiM Timoff (1 year ago)
Nice tutorial for web-designers =) How to handle main ID features, without finishing working with text in PS area. =)
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot Tim :)
Anggi Pistol (1 year ago)
spectacular !
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Cheers Anggi!
Arif (1 year ago)
I like that your video is one of the shortest tutorials out there but please fix your audio
Taylor Hartley (9 months ago)
The audio is fine, Arif.
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
This is one of my older tutorials, almost a year ago, since then my video quality and audio has improved
HS Art and Design (1 year ago)
Great tutorial!
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Thanks a bunch and merry Christmas!
Tanush Savadi (1 year ago)
How do i download it ??
Tanush Savadi (1 year ago)
how do I download the template from that website?
Carlos Fernandes (1 year ago)
It just boggles me how you just don't benefit from the incredible layout features InDesign offers. Yes we must use Photoshop to edit and prepare images and even make some special effects in some type, and I do use it for that. but Photoshop is no match to InDesign when we talk about layout setting. Another thing, the text don't get as crisp if you set it Photoshop, compared to setting it in InDesign.
Kitsuru (5 months ago)
But it is not the professional way of doing it.
Mike McGlock (6 months ago)
This tutorial is trash... you did the majority of the work in Photoshop.
Rijal Muttaqin (9 months ago)
I think it's basically tutorial to compile magazine page in InDesign ... not doing magazine layout in InDesign ... :D
Carlos Fernandes (1 year ago)
Got it.
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
I have used Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop for Magazine design. on my channel. If you search around you will find suc features. This tutorial shows how to use Photoshop in conjunction with InDesign.
Satori Graphics (9 months ago)
*Notes On This Video* This tutorial is NOT a video on how to design a magazine from scratch in InDesign, it is a tutorial on how to layout a magazine in InDesign. Granted, it is probably a better idea for workflow purposes to add all text / logo content within InDesign, and all artwork in Photoshop, imported to InDesign. However, if the final outcome is fine once printed or like the example in this video the design is *for web* design the pages in Photoshop totally can work. The reason I laid the artwork out in InDesign is because there are no bleed options readily available in Photoshop. I do have various other InDesign tutorials that show how to design a print project totally in InDesign, but this video is only about laying out a design for print.
Waheed Khan (1 year ago)
loved it .......u was tooo the point <3
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Thanks bro, much appreciated
missy butcher (1 year ago)
..but You not only work with photos in PS, but also text??! as we know, text in Photoshop is raster, text must be made in Indesign - for good quality, isn't it?
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
It is best to add all text and logos into InDesign directly, or from Ai as they will be vectors there. All artwork can be created in PS
Layout Koran (1 year ago)
sangat bermanfaat
Harold Ajagu (1 year ago)
Nice tutorial again! Just what i needed. I am working currently on a handbook design...but it is mainly text and tables. Can I design the tables in photoshop and just import them to inDesign? would it still look blurry on print? And one more thing...Your playlist man!! Is there a way you can share it maybe on soundcloud....love your taste in music similar to mine. Thanks
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
No probs Harold, take care :)
Harold Ajagu (1 year ago)
alright. Thanks. But that reply was fast man!! Thanks. Also your playlist....:)
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
I've never really worked on tables, but I would assume if you cannot make them directly into InDesign, it's probably best to design them in Illustrator as that is a vector based program, and import them to InDesign
Ron Duckett (1 year ago)
As always, I look forward to your videos, they really help me through my day. Keep up the good work! From Dayton, Ohio, USA
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot, and thanks for the points, I have noted them down. The main things is though that it is not possible to design ALL artwork for a magazine in InDesign. You may have to do photo-manipulation or digital painting, and that is why I showed it in this way.
Ron Duckett (1 year ago)
After reading the comment of others that have viewed this video, I see the goal you were shooting for but, again, I agree with Jessica C. InDesign is where both the Photoshop and Illustrator file comes together. It just seems like double work having to lay it out the photo editing/painting program than in the actual layout program.
Miron Swyst (2 months ago)
I have been there, and have done it both ways, there is a tendency to stay in same/current workspace keeping type and raster to spped your layout process and not waste time back to ID.. at end , when happy, I would then simply copy text from psd, and paste into ID, mathcing the text blocks in psd, thensimple disengaging text inpsd...it's a preffernce, everyone designs slightly diff**
Ron Duckett (1 year ago)
I really enjoy your videos as I have mentioned before but this one wasn't your most helpful. As I was looking at it, I wondered why you did not just lay out the whole thing out in InDesign. There really wasn't a need to crop anything in photoshop because InDesign can do that and for the creating outlines, although I found something I didn't know Indesign could do, it just increases the files size exponentially. Please do not be offended by anything that I am saying. You a have me a subscriber for life bro, there is just a much quicker and efficient way at doing it.
Elizabeth Djong (1 year ago)
Very Useful thanks..
Alif Computer (1 year ago)
Good job
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Cheers Alif!
Sophia Lenore (1 year ago)
Great video – thank you for sharing!
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
No probls Sophia, happy to help :D
Lokesh Bastia (1 year ago)
its very much helpfull
Charlene Carpenter (1 year ago)
Perhaps your title should indicate that this is using Photoshop. I was looking for an Indesign tutorial, and unfortunately this didn't meet my needs and I felt annoyed I spent my time watching.
Gabby Boberry (2 months ago)
monkey black lmao
monkey black (2 months ago)
Perhaps you should shut the fuck up Charlene :)
Shiihrazhiio Mao (5 months ago)
Yep, was hoping for indesign work
Taylor Hartley (9 months ago)
It's faster to work directly in indesign and you'll get better text clarity. But for beginners learning what ID is, this is a decent option. Regardless, this is great video production for a how to video. Keep it up brother.
rose - (1 year ago)
Very Helpful!! Gracias
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Always happy to help! :)
happie Teach (1 year ago)
I really liked this tutorial. InDesign is one of my favorite programs so I was looking for a quick tutorial to share with my students. The second part/print portion will be great for them, but I grade them on and teach them that they have to do text inside of InDesign. I read your reason why you did it all in Photoshop, but I can't endorce that because that will not pass them. :) I love all of your tutorials though. I do reference those to them. :)
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
haha yeah that is something to keep in mind, not teaching shortcuts too early on! Thanks for the feedback and glad that you found the vid useful in some way shape or form! :D
Absolutely Satori! I love all of your videos. I just don't want to use this with my new learners. Once they see a shortcut like this they will run with it. :) I will show my level 2 class this way because they already know and understand. :) This is definitely a great shortcut for skilled learners who are creating web based products. :)
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Hey there and yes I think I do say in the tutorial that text and logo should be done in InDesign? You can design the backgrounds in Photoshop but all text and logo content should be in InDesign. Keep spreading your knowledge and teaching the kids :) Thanks again
kim stanly (1 year ago)
Awesome bro thanks on this tutorial....Bless
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot Kim, appreciate the feedback :)
Jess O'Neill (1 year ago)
Why didn't you design the whole thing in design?
Hammad S (14 days ago)
+TiM Timoff What are you talking about? Anything other than .ai or .psd is a rasterized file format.
Miron Swyst (2 months ago)
I can see that there is a tempatation to do all in psd..rather than going back and forth to ID ...it saves time ...then again one can copy and paste from Voodoshoop and past into ID and match copy blocks that are in PSD-** then just hide the psd copyblocks*** Bin-Go*
Chery Scott (11 months ago)
indesign is the industry standard for book making. Photo place holders page styles etc. The best part of indesign is the ability to change the fonts, set headings, paragraph indentations, tabs, page numbers, typeset style formatting is made for the entire document. Photoshop is photography, while illustrator is for vector art. The difference between a photo and vector art is you can make a big photo small no problem, up sized a photo it becomes distorted. Vector art often looks cartoonish, the great part about vector art is it looks the same at .25 of an inch same look on an outdoor billboard. hope it helped.
TiM Timoff (1 year ago)
Most of print-houses became angry, when they receive rasterized magazine-layout for print. =)
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Yeah if it works it works right? InDesign is where you need to add the text content and logo files so that when the magazine is printed it retains quality. Everything else can be done in Photoshop and seeing as the artwork is made there to me it makes sense. I feel it is easier to setup a layout in Photoshop as well.
Sabir Ali (1 year ago)
Amazing i never use in design before. will try it soon.
ZEPPELIN Mushroom (1 year ago)
Satori Graphics we will use it for our project..... Edit: finally found a tutorial thnxxxxxxx!!
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
InDesign is used for print projects normally, it is great for things like magazines and brochures.
OccupyBlackWallSt (1 year ago)
Isn't an ad every 2 minutes a bit much????
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot man, glad you appreciate the content :)
OccupyBlackWallSt (1 year ago)
lol..kool brother...great info either way friend..
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
maybe yeah, I was trying something out to see how such things would effect the video analytics
Milo Grafik (1 year ago)
Verygood Tutorial... you got a new subscriber here.
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Great to heat that Milo :) I am going to be back with tutorials 4 times a week as usual starting on 7th of August
Ryan Smith (1 year ago)
Okay I have a question, on magazine layout for print, when you select the move tool to split the page , I click and drag, but nothing comes up to split the screen, do you know what's causing this ? Or am I doing something wrong
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Glad to hear Ryan :D
Ryan Smith (1 year ago)
Satori Graphics Hey it worked ! Thank you
Ryan Smith (1 year ago)
Satori Graphics Thank you, I'll give a try and get back to you, I appreciate your help though man
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Ok you will need to open up your rulers with command or control 'R', then drag a guide exactly halfway down the page. From there grab the crop tool in the tool bar, and then click and drag with it to split it in half. Just a sidenote, you do not have to split the magazine in half, I have just been taught this way and sometimes it is not necessary
Ryan Smith (1 year ago)
Satori Graphics Hey yes, I'm sorry I should've mentioned , while in photoshop
AviaRob (1 year ago)
+Satori Graphics How do you split the A3 page in half in Photoshop? I cannot find it.
b s (1 year ago)
enable snap smart guides in the view and it will snap to centre.
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Often if you drag a guide over the page with nothing selected, it will snap to the centre. If that doesn't work then you will have to work out half of the distance, put a guide there and then take the crop tool select half of it
Kolawole Ayinde (1 year ago)
this is very helpful thank you so much God bless you
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Always happy to help and glad you found the tutorial helpful :)
Oleg Gevlich (1 year ago)
What's Mac do u use?
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
I just have a Macbook Pro but I am getting an iMac soon hopefully :)
Zivew (1 year ago)
hi, i want to make a printed magazine, and so i followed the video but when i place the page as JPEG it gets pixelated and bad, how can i fix that? + thank you very much for this amazing video.
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
haha no problem, the view setting has gotten me before and I don't know why Adobe InDesign has a default setting set to low quality viewing... Anyway happy to help :)
Zivew (1 year ago)
Satori Graphics thank you a lot, this was very helpful, it was because of the view, and I'll check it once i save it as pdf like you said and showed. thank you very much!
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
pixelated when printed or just on screen? The things you MUST check before printing are the following: 1. the JPG you import is 300ppi resolution 2. The image is CMYK colour mode 3. In Adobe InDesign, you have the screen display set to high quality. So go to *>view>display performance> high quality* Also when you export the PDF and it opens in Acrobat, there you can get a good idea of the quality by viewing it in 100% Lastly, always ask the printer to do a test copy of your design before printing out multiple copies. I hope this helps :)
Elkinai Zoubir (1 year ago)
Hi I have a problem that can help me
Elkinai Zoubir (1 year ago)
thank you very much
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
Then you will most likely have to take a high quality photograph of the equations, and then upload them to Illustrator and use the image trace function that way. This is the only way I know. You could also look online for the specific symbols and then image trace them and use them that way
Elkinai Zoubir (1 year ago)
This method I really know But the problem is that I have a book that contains a lot of these calculations
Satori Graphics (1 year ago)
I would suggest 2 things. Firstly try uploading it to Illustrator, if it is recognised you can then go up to 'type' and 'create outlines' then copy it and send it over to InDesign. If that doesn't work maybe you can take a crisp clear screenshot of it and then upload it to Illustrator. Then go to window>image trace and then set the setting so that it is a black and white logo with the 'ignore white' setting selected. Then go to object>image trace>expand and then move to that to InDesign
Elkinai Zoubir (1 year ago)
There is a file with mathematical texts for what I put in inDesign It is not known What's the solution https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3z-_FM0B4-eek11RFB4ZXJkTGc/view?usp=sharing Calculations in Word do not appear in inDesign. File link text https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3z-_FM0B4-eeVBrSjdmSVJUTVE/view?usp=sharing
Satori Graphics (6 months ago)
Check out this video on how to design a business card in Adobe InDesign https://youtu.be/R3Je85OipUk
Liam Owen (11 months ago)
Get GuideGuide! It should be standard with Photoshop. I have been using it for years and I still can't understand why Adobe don't include a feature for quickly putting in your rulers! https://guideguide.me/
Flavius Maxim (1 year ago)
Ctrl+R then drag like him from left to centre of page
AviaRob (1 year ago)
How do you split the A3 page in half in Photoshop? I cannot find it.

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