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Topic: Writing Color image in PostScript, 2 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 90651
From: arivazhaganc
Date: 6/24/2003 09:56 PM

I have developed a sample PS file that displays an image in the PDF. The image is a small Rectangle filled with RED color.
I have used the following code to include the image (jpg image)

/picstr 16 string def
350 200 translate 60 40 scale
63 11 8 [ 50 0 0 50 0 0 ]
{ %image
currentfile picstr
readhexstring not { %if
(ERROR end of file) == flush
} if
} bind image

But in the PDF file, the image is not in red Color. It looks in Black and White. Also the color is not filled uniformly.

What is the correct code to include a color jpg image in the Postscript

I have attached the Image file and the PDF file.

Thank you
With Kind Regards

Click to open!test(11).pdf
Generated PDF From the Postscript file (2,282 bytes)

Click to open!test.jpg
Image used to write in the PDF (641 bytes)

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