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CEED Posted - 07/28/2006 : 11:12:16
Hi,

as previously pointed out we have the following problem:

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we need to export on a PDF file a logo-image usually printed on documents, but quality results very bad comparing with the original print.

Our image is a .jpg file but it's the same with .bmp and .gif etc..
Nothing changes varying the dpi parameter or decreasing image file compression.
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This matter is very important for our application so we need to know if you think you could solve this bug and when.
We hope to get a very urgent reply.

Regards.
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Hahner Posted - 06/04/2017 : 19:43:05
quote:
Originally posted by jamescmc

quote:
Originally posted by wbgookin

I'll second a request for this to get fixed. Even though it prints to a printer just fine, and to Adobe just fine, the PDF output from the control itself produces bad image qualities. That leads me to believe that it's not from the internal resize (because it prints to printers great), but from something about how it's embedded in the PDF. Almost like the compression is way too high for the image, regardless of what the compression value is set to in my program.

Bill



But I am not familiar with the image compression processing.



Me neither. How do you properly compress an image?
jamescmc Posted - 03/12/2014 : 09:32:41
quote:
Originally posted by wbgookin

I'll second a request for this to get fixed. Even though it prints to a printer just fine, and to Adobe just fine, the PDF output from the control itself produces bad image qualities. That leads me to believe that it's not from the internal resize (because it prints to printers great), but from something about how it's embedded in the PDF. Almost like the compression is way too high for the image, regardless of what the compression value is set to in my program.

Bill



But I am not familiar with the image compression processing.
CEED Posted - 10/18/2006 : 10:25:55
Hi Thierry,

what about your investigation about our problem?
Are you still looking for a solution?
You know, we really need to find a solution.
Please, let us know as soon as you can.
Thanks
Waty Thierry Posted - 09/11/2006 : 14:06:59
Have you tried to set at 100 the Compression (=no compression).

I have tried a new compression routine, but the quality is not improved as much as I wanted, and it only works under XP (not Win98, 2000)

If someone has a good code to save BMP, Gif... to JP, I am interessed

Thierry

I continue investigating.

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markb Posted - 09/06/2006 : 08:18:59
I am also wanting a better quality of images in PDF's, any progress?
wbgookin Posted - 08/05/2006 : 01:42:54
Thanks Thierry...of course as developers, I'm sure we all understand how hard some of this stuff is to track down and fix. I appreciate the effort!

Bill
CEED Posted - 08/04/2006 : 08:36:05
Thierry,
thanks for your attention.
You know, this matter is a very important,
so we really hope to have some news as soon as possible.
Thanks again. :)
Waty Thierry Posted - 08/03/2006 : 20:59:22
Ok, I will look again deeper within the code in order to change this part of code.
But is not so easy :(
I will let you know

Thierry

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wbgookin Posted - 08/03/2006 : 04:28:42
I'll second a request for this to get fixed. Even though it prints to a printer just fine, and to Adobe just fine, the PDF output from the control itself produces bad image qualities. That leads me to believe that it's not from the internal resize (because it prints to printers great), but from something about how it's embedded in the PDF. Almost like the compression is way too high for the image, regardless of what the compression value is set to in my program.

Bill
CEED Posted - 08/02/2006 : 18:27:48
We tried to fix our jpg as you suggested but the quality remains poor.
This jpg is a logo in a document and it contains both a pic and small characters;
the written part is almost impossible to be read.
Any idea?
Waty Thierry Posted - 07/28/2006 : 14:47:30
For the best quality, use a JPG gile, at the right size.
The decrease of quality is due to the internal resize of the picture wich seems not to be perfect.
Try this and let me know

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