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Topic: Manga Comic Book to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 100636
From: Grimlock
Date: 11/14/2003 11:54 PM

Hi guys, how u all doin'? I'm a complete noob to Acrobat and just finished some classes. One of my assignments is to take 250 Jpegs image files of a scanned Manga comic book and put them all into a PDF, while retaining their size of approx 719 x 1200 pixels at 300 DPI, and also preserving their quality. Only the covers of the comic book are in colour, while of course as some of you may know mangas have always been created in black and white by the Japanese. I tried opening the file directly in the Windows XP default image viewer and printing to file (Distiller), while setting the job E-Book, at JPEG Maximum quality, leaving everything else as default. But the problem is that the files still seem to come out at poor quality when viewed at their original size. The black and white lines appear a bit jagged and broken and much lower quality than their regular jpeg file.
If someon could please give me any tip on how to create the PDF, while retaining the orogianl JPEg file quality, it would be areally appreicated!

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