From: Paul Slezak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 05 2003 - 19:26:01 PDT
FYI The EPS out of Visio works great unless I have curves- circles,
ellipses, etc. Then it looks like junk.
So, I went to TIFF out of Visio and after figuring out the Docbook
imagedata sizing parameters, the images starting coming out in the PDF.
I went back to JPEG hoping that I could simply create one file that
would solve both the HTML and the print issue.
Unfortunately, the Docbook sizing information isn't forward into the
HTML, and I decided it would be simpler to simply save two JPEG versions
rather than figure out how to get it automatically into the HTML.
I don't see any print difference between 600 dpi JPEG or 600 dpi TIFF.
However, file size seems to grow faster with JPEG and it may take a
little longer to print, so I may fall back to TIFF if performance
becomes an issue. I would prefer to stick with JPEG so that I don't
have to deal with Docbook profiling.
So, my processing is currently Docbook(XML) -> xsltproc(FO) -> XEP (PDF)
with Visio used to create JPEGS.
Thanks for all the suggestions.
Peter Drivas wrote:
> Have you tried converting to tif images? They give us much higher
> resolution and quality than jpgs. We use photoshop to do the conversions.
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> Subject: Re: [xep-support] graphic file formats
> Yes, initially, but then I added -page to "convert". I think I
> figured it out, at least for this problem. I was "convert"ing to
> an image that was too small. I increased the page parameters, and
> I now get the image, but it is unacceptable. So, contrary to what
> I said before, the pstill product is working better than "convert"
> as it uses fonts.
> I guess at this point I would like a recommendation. My ultimate
> goal is HTML and PDF output from DocBook. I really like how XEP
> does the FO rendering but I need better printed graphics. I have
> MS Visio and the JPEG from it is fine for HTML. However, I am open
> to something else if it will do as good a job for HTML and a
> better job for printing.
> Adam Rogoyski wrote:
>>On Fri, 5 Sep 2003, Paul Slezak wrote:
>>> I have output the image as EPS, and used "convert" to convert it to
>>>PDF, yet again, I get a blank area.
>> Are you creating a postscript file that is a full page with the
>>image aligned at the bottom left hand corner?
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