You need to also use the -dEPScrop option. From the GhostScript “How to use” page: EPS parameters. -dEPSCrop Crop an EPS file to the. You can use Ghostscript to do this easily on command prompt. Prompt; Run % programfiles%\gs\gs\lib\ If Options | EPS Clip is enabled, GSview will use the /CropBox from the PDF file. To convert a PostScript file to a PDF file, use File | Convert, then select the.
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You can use Ghostscript to do this easily on command prompt. Could include some hassles to set the document size, though.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Kevin 51 convrrt 1 3. If you have any specific issues with that potential answer, come on back. When MiKTeX is installed, you can use the command line epstopdf input.
Robert Pollak 4 9. The working command is instead epstopdf input.
Royi as far as I remember, it doesn’t – but I have not tested recently, and I have Ghostscript installed on my machine for other reasons. You can provide multiple solutions in a single answer. Sure – but they’ve got nothing in common and are radically different answers, and form two fully independent ways of achieving the problem. If I’d posted ps2pdf and calling ghostscript directly I’d totally agree with you, but these two solutions don’t belong together.
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Anyway, that’s all from me on this issue. You can do that with Adobe Illustrator, too.