[xep-support] Re: Image compression

From: Nathan Stenzel <nathanstenzel@sebis.com>
Date: Thu Sep 06 2012 - 07:24:30 PDT

In my oppinion, Mark, 72 DPI is only useful for the placement coordinates in a

My company routinely uses 300-500 DPI images in our prints. They look fine.
Some pages are PDF pages converted to JPG/PNG via Gimp/Image-Magick.

I can't comment on DITA Open Toolkit. Good luck with your PDF rendering setup.

On Thursday 06 September 2012 07:54:33 am Mark Peters wrote:
> Hi,
> My team generates PDF output using XEP 4.10 and the DITA Open Toolkit.
> Co-workers complain that 72 DPI images inserted into documents are blurry.
> A co-worker recently started inserting 300 DPI images into her source
> files. In the PDF output, the images appear to be compressed. The images
> are tiny.
> Does XEP compress images over a certain resolution? If so, then is there a
> corresponding setting that could be adjusted or turned off? I searched the
> XEP user guide and other materials, but haven't found a solution.
> Thanks,
> Mark


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