> 2009/1/8 Tony Stallan <address@hidden
>> Hi Sylvain,
>> Your PDF probably has many layers/objects which all get replicated in the
>> SWF on conversion. If you run swfdump you will see the difference between a
>> good/bad swf.
>> Try dumping the output of swfdump to a text file, the size of the text
>> file is a reasonable indicator to identify "bad" PDF pages. Not pretty but
>> it helps.
>> Tony Stallan
>> From: swftools-common-bounces+tony=clearviewis.com
] On Behalf
>> Of Sylvain Deniaud
>> Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 1:13 PM
>> To: address@hidden
>> Subject: [Swftools-common] Problem with some converted swf
>> I have a problem with few swf converted by pdf2swf.
>> I have converted a PDF with just one page, but the flash player really has
>> difficulties to read the swf generated.
>> In fact, it use many CPU ressources and it take a long time to display the
>> swf (about 1 minute).
>> Have you ever seen this point ?
>> If I convert the PDF with -O1 option, the swf is nice and there is no
>> problem with it.
>> So, is there a solution to fix the problem and to generate good swf ?
>> Or else, I search for a way to identify the few wrong swf before I load
>> them in my program
>> (because if I load a wrong swf, it will use too many ressources on the
>> computer of the user of my application)
>> in order to re-convert the pdf with -O1
>> The decompressed size of "wrong" swf is heavier than good swf. It's maybe
>> an indicator for identification.
>> But I don't know how to get the decompressed size of a swf file in
>> I have 2 examples of one-page PDF wich give me a "bad" swf. Maybe can I
>> send them by email ?
>> (and the 2 swf generated)
>> (sorry for my poor english)
>> Sylvain Deniaud
>> Ingénieur Etude et Développement RIA
> Sylvain Deniaud
> Ingénieur Etude et Développement RIA