|Subject:||Re: [Swftools-common] Bigger swf's coming out of pdf2swf 0.9.1|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Aug 2010 11:08:05 +0530|
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I didn't make a *sweeping generalization* . In fact I mentioned that for text pdf
the size actually comes down.
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 was merely refuting a sweeping generalisation made by Sameer and yourself, namely, that later versions of pdf2swf produce larger swf's than previous versions. I found that not to be *always* the case. Obviously whatever you happen to be doing has the opposite effect. Hopefully a reason will found. Perhaps you'd care to humour us, and post yet another example. Regards, Chris.
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