I have a small issue. I have generated a PDF file with some images generated from R. However the images render extremely slow, this might be due to the fact that the PDF needs to render an insane amount of data points. I realize that this is a problem, but I am not willing to change any of my images to a lower quality one by one or by the batch, because then I would have to change every image in my tex file again.
Instead what I would like to do is do some post-processing to get a smaller PDF where all images are simply converted to a JPEG with a quality level that I have specified. Is this possible?
I have tried the following: - Adobe Acrobat DC Pro > Save As > Reduced Size PDF played with all kind of options, but it still loads slowly. I even enabled all kinds of downsampling and enabled JPEG compression. - Save As > Optimized PDF it doesn't do much
Am I missing something crucial or is this feature simply not possible?