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#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2007 6:08:53 AM(UTC)


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Hi - I am printing a black and white document using ePrint as a TIF and am wondering what a good lossless compression algorithm to use would be? The document contains a barcode, so I want to make sure that the outputed image is pixel-perfect. I tried changing to 1-bit CCIT-4 compression, but not sure this is the best choice. Any advice?



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#2 Posted : Thursday, March 22, 2007 5:30:49 AM(UTC)

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Please try the following before converting your files:
1. Increase the printing resolution. To do that, please do as follows:
a. From Control Panel, open the Printers and Faxes.
b. Right Click on LEADTOOLS ePrint printer driver, and select "Printing Preferences"
c. Go to the Graphics tab and set the Resolution to 600DPI

2. Try to save your files as 1-bit TIFF G4, also try to save them as 8-bit TIFF LZW

If this did not work with you, can you tell me what version
of ePrint are you using? Also, can you send me a sample image I can check it for you?

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