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Topic: Component for producing jpg/gif from PDF?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 82298
From: dezza
Date: 3/5/2003 03:00 PM

I am developing an application that enables customers to edit business cards over the web.
Our application produces pdf files using pdflib (these pdf files are the files that are sent to the printer when the cards are ordered).
I want to produce a good quality jpg/gif file of the resulting pdf file that will be displayed to the user in their browser after the server COM component has created the pdf file.
I also want to be able to produce a magnified version (for example 200% size) without loss of clarity.
We have tried using ImageGlue from Websupergoo which produces a jpg fine at 100%, but as the magnification increases the quality decreases (looks blurred etc).

Can anyone recommend a method or component that would enable me to do this?


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