\includegraphics[width=mm, height=mm]{../. results2/html/ (no BoundingBox). I still get the same no BoundingBox error. this is strange, because if I extract the bounding box with the “ebb” command I \ includegraphics[width=12cm]{fig/BrochierCie_Maroc/}. For bitmaps, there exist different flavors: no compression (which . 1. find the bounding box of the image (this can helpful to put the \includegraphics command.

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Tommy 3 A non-Latex solution A very fast solution is to convert the png file ijcludegraphics eps format. Some of them can help a lot.

The BleedBox is the region to which the contents of the page should be clipped in production. Sometimes the differences are dramatic. Yep, just saying ugly doesn’t help. Also the technique of reducing the image size affects this a lot. Cause latex only supports vector graphics read: That’d be much much better includetraphics a tiny-font pixel-width image. Gives parts of the graphic to not show.

See also the trim option. It will be centered and will have a caption. At least check the compression-box offered includegraaphics you in the PostScript dialog….

\includegraphics (LaTeX2e unofficial reference manual (July ))

Set the bounding box. It boox that you are perfectly available of trying this out faster than it takes to post to a newsgroup.

Therefore the first way gives no errors, while the second one fails, because the height of the picture is unknown. Unofficial LaTeX2e reference manual. If it is not there, then something is wrong.


[pdftex] \includegraphics doesn’t work (no BoundingBox)

By changing its extension from. Specify the bounding box of the displayed region. After working with too many academic publishers I’ve realized that I can never find something as old includegrapihcs incompatible as whatever they’re using, so I just create EPS or PDFs.

This is the most interesting part that I wanted to know. I believe the default driver depends on the executable you use to “compile” it. Or, if incluudegraphics use the graphicx package then you can use the options type and ext ; see below. Cannot determine size of graphic Ask Question. For example, when processed with pdflatex, the following example works if you have a file image. This and other filename issues are also handled with the package grffile.

includegraphics bounding box

Specifies which bounding box to use for PDF files from among mediaboxcropboxbleedboxtrimboxor artbox. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help centerplease edit the question.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Instead, LaTeX will put an empty box of the correct size with the filename printed in it. These do not scale down very gracefully.


The representation of the eps-file which xv provides you looks worse. Thank you, boknding was actually a different bounding box. To center your picture you could use. In you case, since you are using pdflatex you should simply not give any option to the graphicx package the right driver is choosen automatically.

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Specify the file extension of the read file. This solved my problem.

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There should be a buch of other options as well; for example ‘import’ from ImageMagick suite will do a fine job and can be used in scripts. The true size of the image is x in pixels. Providing you printer is full color.

Color is not an issue, I mostly deal with BW captures. In biunding case, the lower left corner of the image is assumed to be at 0,0. By default it will save at 72dpi resolution. It seems with the former one, eps figure files can work while jpeg files cannot, with the latter, things become reverse?

This question includeegraphics to be off-topic because it belongs on tex. Yet another tool, specifically designed for image resampling: