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Old 12-09-2008, 22:14
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Default Corel and LaTeX

Well, suppose that I imported a BMP file to Corel, then I want to export it into an EPS file. The thing is that I want that image in a PDF (where I'm using LaTeX), but the image looks horrible and I dunno how to make it so that the same image (BMP) has the same quality in the PDF file.

How do I solve this?
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Old 13-09-2008, 13:58
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Default PDF colors

What version of DRAW are you using?
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Old 13-09-2008, 18:09
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If its a recent version of CorelDraw, you would do much better to skip the EPS file and go straight to PDF.

Look in the File menu and see if there's a "Publish to PDF" option there. Probably about two thirds down if you have one.

Try the "prepress" PDF preset as a start.
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Old 17-09-2008, 20:27
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Default rgb vs cmyk

I do not use LaTex, but if it is a word processor type application, it may no handle cmyk images correctly, and/or color manager it. When you export to eps, by default images convert to CMYK. Change the export option to RGB.
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