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Topic: JPEG color != gfx color
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 86801
From: caf78
Date: 4/29/2003 11:29 PM

I am building PDF brochures using a PDF template, and programmatically (Java to be exact) inserting images and text.

I have a solid blue (RGB 0,83,159) area in a PDF that I use as template for building brochures. When I insert sRGB JPEG images into this template that has areas with the exact same blue (RGB 0,83,159), the two areas don't show up in the same blue!?!

To find the RGB value of the blue area in the template PDF, I opened it in Photoshop and used the colorpicker.

Is there any way of controlling either the PDF color or the JPEG color, so that they match 100%?


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