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Topic: TIFF images and JBIG2Decode
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 69890
From: shinevijayan
Date: 8/4/2002 11:29 PM

Hi All,

I have large collection of bi-level TIFF images that i need to embed in PDF pages and i am doing so.
But my main bottle neck is size of PDF file after embedding these TIFF images. I am embedding these TIFF images as Page Resources.

I have tired various encoding schemes, and then i hit up on the newest decoding of image data a new filter /JBIG2Decode. But i couldn't find enough information to make this filter work. Please advice me on how to set necessary options to use /JBIG2Decode filter. What are its EncodeParms? .Is this filter suitable for bi-level TIFF images (no text)?.

Thanx in Advance,

Regards,
Shine Vijayan.


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