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[Swftools-common] Re: Few queries

From: Matthias Kramm
Subject: [Swftools-common] Re: Few queries
Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 09:37:22 +0200
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On Tue, Jun 09, 2009 at 10:20:27AM +0530, kumar rajesh <address@hidden> wrote:
> when we try to create swf from the source file(SourcePDF.pdf) with
> zoom option 96 in the resultant swf file(96_Default.swf) we don't see
> the change in dpi to 96. Instead it shows dpi as 72 and there is no
> difference in the dpi if we compare  source and resultant swf file.

Works for me.
How do you "compare" the DPI?

> When we use jpegquality option to create swf file(96_100.swf) the file
> size increases. we gave jpegquality as 100 and use the following
> comment to create the swf file.  pdf2swf.exe SourcePDF.pdf -o
> 96_100.swf -s zoom=96 -s jpegquality=100

jpegquality of 100 is the maximum quality, hence the largest file size.
If you want a small file, try e.g. "-s jpegquality=20"

> Why has the resultant SWF's size increased compared to the source PDF?
> Is this normal? I assumed that SWF will always be smaller than its
> corresponding source PDF. If true, what are the exceptions?

There are cases where the SWF is larger than the SWF, e.g.
when the PDF uses tiled pattern fills or JBIG compression.


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