\includegraphics[width=mm, height=mm]{../. results2/html/ (no BoundingBox). I still get the same no BoundingBox error. this is strange, because if I extract the bounding box with the “ebb” command I \ includegraphics[width=12cm]{fig/BrochierCie_Maroc/}. For bitmaps, there exist different flavors: no compression (which . 1. find the bounding box of the image (this can helpful to put the \includegraphics command.

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Gives parts of the graphic to not show. Instead, use gs directly, or even better, use gv.

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No, it simply tells the PostScript interpreter how big the image should be, and the interpreter does the rest. EDIT consequent of an edit in the question: Is GraphicsConvertor a software provided with the OS? Your previewer is broken. This question does not appear to be about programming within the scope defined in the help center. It seems to depend on the subject matter.

When I bring up test2. Use your usual capturing tools.

But think about it, the more you tell us the better chance you have. Specifies which bounding box to use for PDF files from among mediaboxcropboxbleedboxtrimboxor artbox. Only use this in conjunction with the option type.

If you are using a postscript driver and that is what I read from your description aboveyou will eventually need some postscript. But in order for that to work I had to comment out the following 2 packages: The engine isn’t really built to gather all the necessary size and scale information from JPGs.


An explanation of how latex works with images, dvi and pdf: Why do I get this error? Color is not an issue, I mostly deal with BW captures. It probably has to do with what compiler you are using. You have to add the package option pdftex to the package graphicx: The gif is x pixel, while the eps contains an image of: Back to what I should do… It is fairly safe to assume current printer will have at least dpi, and let’s make it simple that the printing area is just 5″.

Before that, I thought, the bb would be always the same, not depending on the program used for conversion. Usually there is no difference because dvips is the default driver. And indeed there isn’t. I’ve seen some that help and some that hurt.

I guess it used the bounding box value from that PDF and applied it to all images. Cannot determine size of graphic in.

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I am using the following syntax for including the images: A non-Latex solution A very fast solution is to incluedgraphics the png file into eps format. In fact, I could compile it fine with MacTex on my machine. These four are obsolete, but are retained for compatibility with old packages. This is the cause of all your trouble. Why so many secrets?


They are taken relative to the origin specified by the bounding box.

I don’t know if you can post them to this group. Specify them in a key-value form, as here. The true size of the image is x in pixels. Pick out a subregion of the graphic to show. Can you post a minimal latex file to reproduce the error?

ImageMagick is able to convert many image formats to many other types. I converted the first image to PDF and the compilation happened perfectly. But then why is it working on my machine?

The BleedBox is the region to which the contents of the page should be clipped in production.

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Thank you for your interest in this question. What is the source of your figure? Finished 0 images extracted. Sometimes the differences are dramatic.