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We spoke too soon. Direct Postscript to PDF conversion only takes place for single page Postscript documents. We used a multi-page document in our tests. With a single page EPS document, it is converted properly to PDF. Can you try ImageMaick 6.2.6, the latest release and see if you get the expected...
- Forum: Bugs
- Topic: v6.2.6 PSD conversion with *.psd
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ImageMagick 6.2.6-1 Beta permits you to get the precombined layer in PSD images with this option: -define psd:precombined-layer ImageMagick 6.2.6-1 is available here: [url]ftp://ftp..imagemagick.org/pub/ImageMagick/beta[/url]. ImageMagick 6.2.6-1 will be officially released in the next week or two.
- Forum: Bugs
- Topic: ImageMagick 184.108.40.206 fails to link with GraphViz 2.6
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Try ImageMagick 6.2.6, the current release. If you continue to have problems linking to GraphVis with 6.2.6, let us know.
Ok, an ImageMagick user bought us a copy of Visual Studio 2005 (feel free to identify yourself if you want). ImageMagick compiled with only one patch to IMDisplayDoc.cpp and one patch to configure.cpp. We now need to see if we need to conditionally make the changes so ImageMagick will build with Vis...
- Forum: Users
- Topic: Color Problem while converting CMYK EPS to jpg
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We get good results with this command: convert -density 400 shoe.eps -colorspace rgb -resize 630x428 -strip -quality 75 shoe.jpg With ImageMagick 6.2.6 you can use this command as well to bypass using profiles: convert -density 400 -colorspace rgb shoe.eps resize 630x428 -strip -quality 75 shoe.jpg
ImageMagick supports both MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 reading and writing. To write an MPEG simply add the mpg or m2v extension to your filename or prefix the filename with mpg: or m2v:. For example: convert *.jpg m2v:myvideo MPEG support does require an external delegate, the mpeg_decode and mpeg_encode prog...