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I am missing the reputation to add a comment to Herr K.'s answer... In order to generate individual PNG files on Windows, you may need to specify the actual convert executable on your path (standalone assumes this to be imgconvert on Windows, instead of convert). MWE: \documentclass[ multi={mymath}, border=2pt, ...


I saw this issue with a jpeg file. By changing its extension from .JPG to .jpg (yes, just capital to lower) the error went away. $ pdflatex --verion pdflatex: unrecognized option '--verion' This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (TeX Live 2013/Debian) restricted \write18 enabled.


Yes, you can export your file directly to .png format! For this, you can go to Tools->Convert to Html... There will be several files in folder 'projectname_html' and inside this folder you will find your .png files!


Since you have MacTeX, use LaTeXiT, which lets you convert equations to images in several formats, including PDF and PNG. There is no need to write LaTeX support code: just enter the equation in the input box and press "LaTeX it!". If you want to convert equations in batch, you can write a simple script that adds the equation to a template based on the ...


standalone class is sufficient. You can enable the multi option, so that the contents of each (math) environment is cropped to its own page in a PDF file. Then you can either save each page directly as a .png image (Acrobat Pro, and perhaps Adobe Reader, allows you to do it in one go), or you can use the convert functionality (need Image Magick) provided ...


Here's what I do to go from a file of equations to png files using asymptote. You'll need the following 3 files in a directory. sample.bat - change the "5" to alter the png resolution asy sample -noV -render 5 -f png pause sample.dat - this file holds your equations. \frac{1}{2} = 0.5 y = \sin{x} a^2 + b^2 = c^2 sample.asy - this is the asymptote ...


The problem appears to be that latex automatically numbers equations in the equation environment. This default behavior of latex's is likely because authors often need to refer to equations. An easy solution is to remove numbering by using \begin{equation*} YOUR EQUATION GOES HERE \end{equation*}

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