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RE: More graphics questions
- Subject: RE: More graphics questions
- From: Gregory Leblanc <>
- Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2000 07:51:55 -0700
- Resent-date: Fri, 2 Jun 2000 10:52:08 -0400 (EDT)
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roman Maurer 
> Sent: Friday, June 02, 2000 7:38 AM
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> Cc: Jorge Godoy; Bill Brooks; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: More graphics questions
> Mark Komarinski wrote:
> > TeX doesn't like JPEG all that much, so you have to use
> .eps (at least,
> > this is what most of an afternoon has taught me).
> JPEG screen-shot suffer loss of information and are usually larger
> than GIF/PNG's. So, generally they may not be that
> convinient for LDP.
> You can use PNG's in PDF-LaTeX with commands like documents like this:
> You can process this with "pdflatex document.tex". If you want to
> produce postscript, simply substitute picture.png with picture.eps
> and then run "pslatex document.tex" (of course you should have
> your picture available as .png or .eps).
Assuming that we provide some loss-less format (I prefer PNG, but that means
DocBook4), then we should just be able to use one of the bazzillion graphics
converters to change it from PNG (or other format) to whatever format is
needed, such as EPS for PS output.
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