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    PDF Image Resolution

    Hi,

    I'm not sure that this is the right place, but I thought the graphics people may know a bit better about resolution etc.

    I have a PHP driven newsletter component on a website and I now need to produce a PDF version of each newsletter edition. I have looked at using PDFLib and some pure PHP libraries as well as converting HTML output to PDF using HTMLDoc.

    My question is about image resolution. Say a user uploads an image for the newsletter. I would like to ask to user to upload only one photo and generate an image for the web version (72dpi) and one for the print/PDF version (300dpi).

    Has anybody encountered this and found a straight answer about how image resolution works in PDFs?? Also, does anybody know of a good tool to convert image resolution (from 300 to 72)? ImageMagick's -density option doesn't seem to cut it.

    The site will be running PHP 4.3x on Mac OS X 10.2 Server.

    Thanks!

    GodOfHonk

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    Not in PHP, no. ASPJpeg is pretty good but of no use. I've only posted that so that if anyone else has a similar problem with an ASP site they can look it up.

    Sorry.

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    Here you go...

    Read 7, 8, & 9 to begin with.

    http://search.adobe.com/cgi-bin/quer...tion&x=26&y=10


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