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Topic: Plugin Batch PDF -> image help!
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 96664
From: erwan
Date: 9/18/2003 11:44 PM

Hi,
I have designed a plugin to export PDF page to BMP in batch. I have used PDPageDrawContentsToWindow to draw in DC saved to BMP at a 300% zoom (this is what I need basically). However, as I stated in a separate thread, I have not been able to reproduce Acrobat exact behavior (when displaying on screen).

It seems that colors are cut (32 -> 12/14 bits) and the final image is not nice enough to be used in our application.

I would like to know hints from people having already developped such plugins on how I could get rif of that. Leonard pointed out color management with acrobat 6, but plugins which export images exist for a long time, so there must be a solution.

HELP!

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