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Subject: Re: Problem with PDF Image Extraction Wizard

Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2008 11:46:09 +0100

I've seen PDF creators do many strange things to images. In this case it seems like the program that created the pdf has stored one of the images internally in a distorted way, and then when the pdf is rendered to screen (ie displayd my Acrobat Reader) this is is compensated by the drawing instructions inside the pdf. Don't ask me why. (I've seen much worse, such as pdf writers that slice images in 100s of thin slices that are then displayed next to each other...)

My program only extracts the *raw* image data. So I'm afraid I can't do anything about this situation right now.

// Dan


Theile wrote:
> Hello again,
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> I've added an Test.pdf and the extracted images. The images 1,3, 4 and 5 are ok, but Image 2 is distorded.
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> I hope you can help me,
> Theile
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> RL Vision schrieb:
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>> Hi,
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>> "Distorted" does not tell me enough to know what the problem is. Please tell me more, or perhaps you can send me an example pdf and I will have a look at it!
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>> // Dan
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>> Theile wrote:
>>> Hello,
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>>> your programm PDF Image Extraction Wizard works mostly fine, but I have the problem, that many (but not all) extracted images are distored.
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>>> Can you help me,
>>> Theile
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