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It looks like the file is encoded with the Mac OS Roman character encoding: Mac OS Roman encodes a “ as D2 and a ” as D3 Windows-1252 decodes D2 as Ò and D3 as Ó


As others have already said, the issue is the accented characters, likely in the .bib file. Replace the culprit characters there with the corresponding latex-appropriate e.g. \'{i}.


You have a few different options, depending on which problem you actually need to solve. If you aren’t trying to generate the same output, but to include a SVG graphic that your converter does not support, you might convert the SVG to a PDF with embedded fonts, using an external tool (or generate a PDF with \documentclass{standalone}). Then, include the PDF ...

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