At 16:31 24/10/2003, you wrote:
I made a context-file that contains a lot of *.jpg pictures. The file is very big now, because the pictures are in good quality. I'll use the document for the web and I think there you can see no more
72dpi (I'm not shure with that) Is there a command to set down the resolution of the whole document (including the pictures) ?? or do I have to reduce the resolution of each
jpg graphic with a graphic-program.
if you have a recent context, you can run
pstopdf --method=4 somefile.pdf
i get an error when I try this: "pstopdf" can not be found ... I use MS Windows and Miktex. GS is installed and I downloaded ruby for Windows as well...
do I have to install "pstopdf" seperatly?
and get a lowres file. This program is written in ruby and assumes that you have ruby as well as GS installed.
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