- This topic briefly again - anyone know how to improve the standard of images this
program produces taking something to .PDF. They show signs of hefty
You're going to want to adjust parameters for the pdfwrite
settings. The specific settings for your particular types
of graphics will vary, so you'll have to do some tweaking.
The keys things to look out for are going to be Resolution,
PDFSETTINGS, CompressPages, ConvertCMYKImagesToRGB,
DownsampleColorImages, ColorImageDepth, ColorImageResolution,
among others. There are similar settings for grayscale
and mono color. In general, you're going to want to make
sure all the numbers are cranked up for highest resolution
and depth. This is not a given, however, and so you should
consult the online help.
Adrian Worsfold wrote:
> Thank you for replying. Jody did ask about converting to RTF the other day.
> Perhaps you know of these discussion lists.
> I'm baffled as to which file to go to, or if the main text entry line, what to put, to
> achieve less compression and raggedness in images Ghostscript is making.
> Adrian Worsfold