[OS X TeX] Re: How to convert eps w/bounding box to pdf retaining Bbox info
abellaic at math.jussieu.fr
Thu Aug 10 17:35:20 CEST 2006
Le 10 août 06 à 17:17, Markus Hänchen a écrit :
> Thanks for all replies. I've got it working with Acrobat 7 or
> Distiller 7 as well as epstopdf (Preview chokes, and Illustrator CS
> creates A4 files).
> General question, what is the advantage of pdflatex compared to tex
> +ghostscript, if every time I create a new graph, I first have to
> save it as eps and than to convert it to a pdf (o.k. strictly
> speaking this applies only to Igor graphs in my case since I can
> automate it with Matlab as shown here)?
> One answer would be that compiling in Latex is much faster with
> pdflatex than with tex+ghostscript (at least on my Powerbook where
> I often wait several seconds just for the ghostscript part).
And what should you do if your file is already a PDF file (converted
from JPEG via Photoshop), and \includegraphics cannot find the
Bounding Box ?
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