[NTG-context] shrink JPGs to some resolution (dpi) ?
Henning Hraban Ramm
texml at fiee.net
Tue Mar 10 07:34:15 CET 2015
Hallo Harald, lange nicht gesehen! ;)
Am 2015-03-10 um 07:33 schrieb Harald Koenig <koenig at tat.physik.uni-tuebingen.de>:
> if you start thinking/working on this, some data from EXIF
> might be interesting and helpful too, esp. the "Orientation".
> using that data, automatic rotation to the "correct" orientation
> would be possible.
> maybe there are more interesting information in the exif data?!
> what about color space infos ?
> or time stamps or GPS data which might be used to be typeset...
Oh yes, and then include a OpenStreetMap snippet of the location…
(I’m working on an architectural guide, and I planned to put all the material in a database and use ConTeXt and Python to automatically create the book as well as an mobile app, plus a map with the building locations… But now we have a contract with a publisher, and he wants InDesign data. Since we must also use his serial layout, that makes sense. And he thinks a separate map is too expensive. Maybe I’ll create that app anyway, I already put so much work in enhancing OSM data…)
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