{png} concerns the PNG (Portable Network Graphics) bitmapped image format which employs lossless data compression.

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Resolution (dpi) for \includeimage pictures and pdflatex

I am trying to create a pdf file with some pictures in it. Those are PNG files with 300dpi. I use texlive and pdflatex from Debian Squeeze. A simple code of my document would be: ...
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Transparent png prints incorrectly from Reader

I have a transparent PNG over a tikzpicture. This prints fine from TeXworks (left image), but from Adobe Reader the transparent area is noticeable (right image). Since most people use Reader, this is ...
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How can I generate a nicely laid out image including text and a png image?

I would like to generate an image which incorporates some text, nicely laid out with a nice font, and a png image which has to be included in the image. I could put this together quite quickly in ...
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Standalone convert does not produce png

I have the following example code: \documentclass[convert={convertexe={convert.exe}}]{standalone} \begin{document} hello \end{document} The addition of "convert={convertexe={convert.exe}}" is ...
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Avoiding compression artifacts when displaying results of image processing experiments

I'm creating a latex document in which I display results of some image processing experiments. In particular, I'm displaying a black and white image which has been blurred (artifically) and then had ...
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Having troubles working with .png and .eps

When I work with PNG files using \includegraphics, the image is shown with less quality than the original in the PDF viewer. I've already tried with EPS files, but after a successful compiling, I see ...