|Subject:||Re: [Swftools-common] Bigger swf's coming out of pdf2swf 0.9.1|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Aug 2010 18:25:31 +0200|
Not a great user of pdf2swf myself, however..On 23 August 2010 13:34, filip sound <address@hidden> wrote:
> i got the same results .. and no reaction on my postings here. we are still
> using version 2009-04-01-0957 since all later versions of pdf2swf have
> redundant objects in the output swf and to me it seems the quality of
> conversion has not improved at all. i dont know where this development is
> heading to.
> On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 1:25 PM, Sameer Atre <address@hidden>
>> I've been a vivid user of pdf2swf since 2 - 3 years.
>> After upgrading to ver. 0.9.1 I find that source pdf's with image content
>> get converted into very large sized swf's.
>> Eg : In one instance the same pdf that used to result in swf's of size 500
>> KB has now become 3 MB !!
>> But for pdfs with text content the reverse is seen. i.e swfs have become
>> smaller. Am I missing something here please ?
.. I could supply you both with an example where the exact opposite is the case.
Converting thiis particular pdf ( a music score of a concert study by
Liszt, so there
is a fair deal of graphic content in it - one which I'd normally
render via Lily anyway )
gets dramatically reduced in size.
So, rather than just general griping, how's about,
- checking via verbose, exactly what sort of image content may possibly be
responsible for the size increase of the resulting, swf.
- which ( if any ) isn't
- posting an example or two.
This is after all, an open source project, which thrves on user
feedback and testing.
jooi, the above-mentioned Liszt pice contain pbm images.
a demonstratin example?
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