From: Nikolai Grigoriev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 11 2004 - 08:12:47 PDT
> Is there any way to embed OpenType fonts into a PDF
> by using XEP as a postscript processor and Adobe Acrobat
> Distiller (6) for PDF creation.
OpenType fonts are not supported in XEP PostScript generator.
They can only be embedded in PDF output. Right now, the only kind
of fonts that can be embedded into PostScript output is Type1.
But you can embed TrueType fonts (and OpenType fonts with
TrueType outlines) into PDF output instead.
> - Bitmap Image specifications (dpi settings, compression,
> image quality)
XEP does not alter neither resolution nor color model of the images
when it embeds them. If you supply CMYK images in 600 dpi, you
can be sure that XEP embeds them as they are.
> - Color separation C,M,Y,K
XEP supports extensions for specifying colors in CMYK and grayscale.
> In other words how to get a PDFX1a out of XEP using: OpenType
> (Unicode) fonts embedded in the PDF.
You can achieve the three conditions above with XEP PDF generator
(though PDF/X1 special markers cannot be created with XEP).
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Kester
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 5:10 PM
Subject: [xep-support] OpenType Font embedding in PDF
Is there any way to embed OpenType fonts into a PDF by using XEP as a postscript processor and Adobe Acrobat Distiller (6) for PDF
PDF specifications should be fully configurable with Adobe Acrobat Distiller i.e.:
- Font embedding (complete or partial)
- Bitmap Image specifications (dpi settings, compression, image quality)
- Color separation C,M,Y,K
In other words how to get a PDFX1a out of XEP using: OpenType (Unicode) fonts embedded in the PDF.
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