[poppler] Help with pdftohtml background image resolution
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Thu Aug 12 11:11:12 PDT 2010
A Dijous, 12 d'agost de 2010, ChunWei Ho va escriure:
> I've tried poppler versions 0.14.1, 0.11.3 and 0.10.7
> poppler 0.14.1 configure outputs:
> Building poppler with support for:
> font configuration: fontconfig
> splash output: yes
> cairo output: no
> abiword output: yes
> qt wrapper: no
> qt4 wrapper: no
> glib wrapper: no
> use GDK: no
> cpp wrapper: yes
> use gtk-doc: no
> use libjpeg: yes
> use libpng: yes
> use zlib: no
> use libcurl: no
> use libopenjpeg: no
> use cms: no
> command line utils: yes
> Warning: Using libopenjpeg is recommended
> If its a case of missing dependencies, do let me know which ones to
> install. I'm running on a older Ubuntu (8.04) so not all might be
> However pdftohtml-0.40a runs just fine on that machine (except without
> unicode support).
Then probably something got lost/messed when we copied the code over, might
you do some code diffing and see if you can fix the problem?
If you are not a developer you'll have to file a bug in the bugzilla so we
remember there is something wrong.
> >> I've been using pdftohtml (http://pdftohtml.sourceforge.net/) for PDF
> >> to HTML conversion for my application, and recently tried to upgrade
> >> it to use poppler-utils.
> >> I usually invoke it as "pdftohtml -c -noframes [input pdf] [output
> >> html]" The commandline interface and all is fine but the images (I
> >> understand a background image is generated per page) is now really bad.
> >> I did a check and under the old pdftohtml project, each background
> >> image (PNG) for a page is 1785x2526 resolution.
> >> Under poppler-utils, each background image (PNG) is 594x843 resolution.
> >> Can someone point me in the right direction to change/fix this? There
> >> doesn't appear to be a command line parameter for this.
> >> The new background images are bad to the extent of unusable. Which is
> >> a shame, because I really want to move to poppler-utils for the
> >> unicode and continued support.
> >Which poppler version are you using?
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