LATEX CANNOT DETERMINE SIZE OF GRAPHIC NO BOUNDING BOX PDFLATEX CANNOT DETERMINE SIZE OF GRAPHIC NO BOUNDING BOX PDF
LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in (no BoundingBox). Why do I Whereas a PDF includes DPI and size, a JPEG has only a size in terms of pixels. (I know To include png and jpg, you need to specify the Bounding Box explicitly. . Please check that there is no inclusion of epsfig, it is deprecated. LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in../../results2/html/ (no BoundingBox). The true size of the image is x in pixels. LaTeX-Compiler can’t determine the graphic-size, because there is no like: “ Cannot determine size of graphic (no BoundingBox)”.
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[Howto] resolve LaTeX error message “Cannot determine size of graphic xxx (no BoundingBox)”
So there should be no problem printing a pixel width image onto the 5″ printing area on a dpi printer. The default ‘pdLatex’ invoked by the googly eyes option does not work, but fails as described above and by original post in this thread. If you are using a postscript driver and that is what I read from your description aboveyou will eventually need some postscript.
I know scaling those “1-pixel wide features” would be worse, so I have to choose very tiny fonts and thus the output looks really coarse. What is the source of your figure? I get the same errors for both.
If you have an x pixel screenshot, and want to print it with, say, dpi, it has the dimensions: To center your picture you could use. I’ve had the same error occur too. If you have Gimp, I saw that exporting the image in. Forget about pixel for a moment. Fraphic Required, but never shown.
I want to include an eps file in LaTeX. Instead, use gs directly, or even better, use gv. I am sticking to jpeg2ps, warts and all. Determinr ran ‘eps2eps’ on it and it still doesn’t work.
[pdftex] \includegraphics doesn’t work (no BoundingBox)
Thank you, it was actually a different bounding box. An explanation of how latex works with images, dvi and pdf: No, it simply tells the PostScript interpreter how big the image should be, and the interpreter does the rest. If your screen didn’t show dots, then the picture shouldn’t show a lot more. Otherwise they stick out of my printing area.
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That ssize grey you are using must be hell for the printer… Hmm, I just tried, and indeed this looks fairly poor: To do the conversion just enter this into your console: This question does not appear to be about programming within the scope defined in the help center. If not, there’s a script on CTAN called bbfig, which tries to determine the correct bounding box. I don’t know if you can post them to this group.
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Also when using pdflatex you should include only jpegs, pngs and pdf images. I had the same problem, caused by a clash between the graphicx package and an inclusion of the epsfig package that survived the ages Sign up using Facebook. Anything more, you would be better advised to do the scaling your own, using some low-pass filter before resampling to avoid alias.