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Re: [Swftools-common] Using Swftools - Performance - Large pdf files ma
Re: [Swftools-common] Using Swftools - Performance - Large pdf files many pages?
Fri, 27 Nov 2009 01:11:52 +0000
2009/11/25 Ric Clarke <address@hidden>:
> I’ve just started using Swftools, its working great on small ish pdfs with
> only a few pages of text/images. Just have a couple of questions if I may:
> 1. I’ve got a 16MB pdf with about 85 pages of text and the performance when
> creating the swf slow. Has anyone had much experience with processing large
To be fair I wouldn't exactly call a 16MB file with 85 pages of text (
and graphics? )
large. Could you describe more fuly what you mean by 'slow', in respect of
> 2. When the resulting swf file loads, am I right in thinking it has to load
> the complete file before it shows the first page?
No, it doesn't. Large swf's can streamed, just as with other large
audio or video
files. This does depend on how you configured the originla files though.
>Has anyone experimented with a way of only loading the page that is being
I think you mean 'view the page that has loaded', there, right? ;o)
> Many thanks