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Topic: Question on /Decode
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56118
From: Fortran
Date: 5/29/2002 05:17 PM

Dear Developers,

I have a pdf file that I'm trying to ascertain how they display their images, its actually a pdf file generated from an Adobe driver. Anyway, they are using a /Decode [ 1 0 ] in their declaration of the /XObject. The tif images that are inside the file must not be using any compression because the /XObject doesn't indicate any /Filter. Would this be a safe assumption that somehow their decompressing the image data and leaving it decompressed and then just using the /Decode [1 0 ] to do the interpolation of the image displaying in the pdf?

I would appreciate any advice on this!!!!

Thanks much

I've included the /XObject

/Type /XObject
/Subtype /Image
/Name /im2
/Width 2040
/Height 256
/BitsPerComponent 1
/Decode [ 1 0 ]
/ColorSpace /DeviceGray
/Length 13 0 R


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