From: Chris Pugh
To: Swftools <address@hidden>
Cc: Mark Lee <address@hidden>
Sent: Thu, May 6, 2010 1:11:39 AM
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] gpdf2swf : export each page to an individual swf
I'm not really a Gpdf2swf user, least of all under Windows. More a
command line man ( under Linux ). I also only tend to run it when
someone asks a question! That said...
Perhaps you should look more closely? Because, there is nothing
to stop one generating a single page at a time with Gpdf2swf. Nor
is there a problem setting the version for any of the pages. it can be
done from the Viewer Tab of the Options Dialog, ( available via
Edit menu ). Versions 4 to 9 are there to choose from, viewer or no
viewer. I tried it. Works fine.
Now, as to why 'nice one' Cyril ( quoting an old British football joke
song there ), wishes to do it this way? For that I confess to be
completely clueless! ;o) But the fact remains that he can, should
he so wish.
I agree with you. Better from the command line, maybe from within
a script or batch file to run it.
On 6 May 2010 02:33, Mark Lee <address@hidden
> Chris, my experience with Gpdf2swf is that you have to generate a page at a
> time if you want individual swfs. Qpdf2swf GUI outputs separate pages but it
> doesn't allow setting flashversion to 9. Cyril may have to just get used to
command prompt for the time being.
> From: Chris Pugh <address@hidden
> To: Cyril D. <address@hidden
> Cc: address@hidden
> Sent: Wed, May 5, 2010 2:59:36 PM
> Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] gpdf2swf : export each page to an individual
> You have to load the PDF into Gpdf2swf first Cyril. Once you do,
> then you'll notice two further options on the File menu,
> Save SWF ( all pages )
> Save SWF ( selected pages )
> [ you can (de)select the individual pages of the PDF using a left
> mouse click and
judicious use the CTRL key ]
> Problem solved ( you weren't looking hard enough, were you? )! ;o)
> PS What's a 'graphiste'??
> One you do
> On 4 May 2010 16:47, Cyril D. <address@hidden
>> i just would like to know if it's possible to create a swf for each page
>> a pdf with Gpdf2swf GUI (last release 2010-02-06) ?
>> i'm not able to run this in command line, i'm a graphiste.. ;)
>> Thanks you very much for your help,
>> and thanks Matthias for you dev