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#1 Posted : Sunday, October 10, 2004 7:26:09 AM(UTC)

dregmi  
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I have been trying to convert a pdf file to tif (Machine: Raster Imaging Pro.NET 14, Windows XP SP1, 1GB RAM, P4)

I load the pdf at 300 XResolution and the same YResolution one page at a time.

It works fine if I load regular PDFs, it fails with insufficient memory exception if I try to load a pdf file that was created by converting from tif to pdf. If I load at the default 72 dpi resolution, it works fine. But since the purpose is to convert the file to tif (high resolution), I can not load it a 72 dpi and save ( loses quality).

How can I load this pdf? Please

 

 

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#2 Posted : Friday, April 29, 2005 5:37:19 AM(UTC)

Ike  
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When saving, you can set the CodecsPdfOptions.CodecsPdfSaveOptions.LowMemoryUsage property to true.
This causes LEADTOOLS to use disk space during the compression, rather than conventional memory.

For loading, you will need enough RAM to rasterize the input image.  If you are dealing with black and white documents, then be sure to set the CodecsPdfOptions.CodecsPdfLoadOptions.DisplayDepth property to 1.

How big are your input files (width x height)? Can you send me a sample?

Ike Starnes
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