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EPSTOPDF(1)						      General Commands Manual						       EPSTOPDF(1)

NAME
epstopdf, repstopdf - convert an EPS file to PDF SYNOPSIS
epstopdf [options] [epsfile] DESCRIPTION
epstopdf transforms the Encapsulated PostScript file epsfile (or standard input) so that it is guaranteed to start at the 0,0 coordinate, and it sets a page size exactly corresponding to the BoundingBox. This means that when Ghostscript renders it, the result needs no crop- ping, and the PDF MediaBox is correct. By default, the result is piped to Ghostscript and a PDF version written. If the bounding box is not right, of course, there are problems. OPTIONS
--outfile=file write result to file. If this option is not given, and --nogs or --filter is specified, write to standard output; otherwise, the default is to construct the output file name by replacing any extension in the input file with .pdf. --[no]compress use compression (default: on). --[no]debug write debugging info (default: off). --[no]embed embed fonts (default: on). --[no]exact scan ExactBoundingBox (default: off). --[no]filter read standard input and (unless --outfile is given) write standard output(default: off). --[no]gs run Ghostscript (default: on). With --nogs, output (to standard output by default) the PostScript that would normally be converted; that is, the input PostScript as modified by epstopdf. --[no]hires scan HiresBoundingBox (default: off). --gscmd=val pipe output to val (default: [gswin32c on Windows, else gs]) --res=dpi set image resolution (default: [use gs default]) --autorotate=val set AutoRotatePages (default: None); recognized val choices: None, All, PageByPage. For EPS files, PageByPage is equivalent to All. --restricted=val turn on restricted mode (default: [on for repstopdf, else off]); this forbids the use of --gscmd and imposes restrictions on the input and output file names according to the values of openin_any and openout_any (see the Web2c manual, http://tug.org/web2c). --help display help message and exit --version display version information and exit EXAMPLES
Examples which produce "test.pdf": epstopdf test.eps produce postscript | epstopdf --filter >test.pdf produce postscript | epstopdf -f -d -o=test.pdf Example: look for HiresBoundingBox and produce corrected PostScript: epstopdf -d --nogs --hires test.ps >testcorr.ps BUGS
The case of "%%BoundingBox: (atend)" when input is not seekable (e.g., from a pipe) is not supported. Report bugs in the program or this man page to tex-k@tug.org. When reporting bugs, please include an input file and the command line options specified, so the problem can be reproduced. SEE ALSO
gs(1), pdfcrop(1). The epstopdf LaTeX package, part of the oberdiek bundle, which automates running this script on the fly under TeX: http://ctan.org/pkg/epstopdf-pkg. AUTHOR
The script was originally written by Sebastian Rahtz, for Elsevier Science, with subsequent contributions from Thomas Esser, Gerben Wierda and many others. Currently maintained by Karl Berry. Man page originally written by Jim Van Zandt. epstopdf home page: http://tug.org/epstopdf. You may freely use, modify and/or distribute this file. 18 March 2010 EPSTOPDF(1)

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PS2PDF(1)							    Ghostscript 							 PS2PDF(1)

NAME
ps2pdf - Convert PostScript to PDF using ghostscript ps2pdf12 - Convert PostScript to PDF 1.2 (Acrobat 3-and-later compatible) using ghostscript ps2pdf13 - Convert PostScript to PDF 1.3 (Acrobat 4-and-later compatible) using ghostscript ps2pdf14 - Convert PostScript to PDF 1.4 (Acrobat 5-and-later compatible) using ghostscript SYNOPSIS
ps2pdf [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-] ps2pdf12 [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-] ps2pdf13 [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-] ps2pdf14 [options...] {input.[e]ps|-} [output.pdf|-] DESCRIPTION
The ps2pdf scripts are work-alikes for nearly all the functionality (but not the user interface) of Adobe's Acrobat(TM) Distiller(TM) prod- uct: they convert PostScript files to Portable Document Format (PDF) files. If the output filename is not specified, the output is placed in a file of the same name with a '.pdf' extension in the current working directory. Either the input filename or the output filename can be '-' to request reading from stdin or writing to stdout, respectively, when used as a filter. The three scripts differ as follows: - ps2pdf12 will always produce PDF 1.2 output (Acrobat 3-and-later compatible). - ps2pdf13 will always produce PDF 1.3 output (Acrobat 4-and-later compatible). - ps2pdf14 will always produce PDF 1.4 output (Acrobat 5-and-later compatible). - ps2pdf per se currently produces PDF 1.4 output. However, this may change in the future. If you care about the compatibility level of the output, use ps2pdf12, ps2pdf13 or ps2pdf14, or use the -dCompatibility=1.x switch in the command line. There are some limitations in ps2pdf's conversion. See the HTML documentation for more information. A large number of Adobe Distiller(TM) parameters which can be used to control the conversion are also documented there, including instructions for generating PDF/X and PDF/A documents. OPTIONS
The ps2pdf scripts use the same options as gs(1). EXAMPLES
Converting a figure.ps to figure.pdf: ps2pdf figure.ps A conversion with more specifics: ps2pdf -dPDFSETTINGS=/prepress figure.ps proof.pdf Converting as part of a pipe: make_report.pl -t ps | ps2pdf -dCompatibility=1.3 - - | lpr SEE ALSO
gs(1), ps2pdfwr(1), Ps2pdf.htm in the Ghostscript documentation BUGS
See http://bugs.ghostscript.com/ and the Usenet news group comp.lang.postscript. VERSION
This document was last revised for Ghostscript version 9.07. AUTHOR
Artifex Software, Inc. are the primary maintainers of Ghostscript. This manpage by George Ferguson. 9.07 12 February 2013 PS2PDF(1)

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