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 5_Web_data_annotation_using_. SVM/figures/ (no BoundingBox). LaTeX-Compiler can’t determine the graphic-size, because there is no like: “ Cannot determine size of graphic (no BoundingBox)”.
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If your distro does not have ‘xv’ then most likely it comes with ‘ee’a.
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. Forget about pixel for a moment. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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By the way, if you draw diagrams take a look at OmniGraffle. What is the source of your figure?
If it is not there, then something is wrong. My printer HP5 has a fairly good resolution, but previously I was forced to capture frames that are merely around pixel width.
[pdftex] \includegraphics doesn’t work (no BoundingBox)
I want to include an eps file in LaTeX. This approach is independant of paper size and therefore more handy. It doesn’t look like the downsampling introduced any boundinfbox, but its necessarily less legible because you started with 1-pixel wide features before you downsampled. Verify that the bounding box really is “0 0 “. The default ‘pdLatex’ invoked goundingbox the googly eyes option does not work, but fails as described above and by original post in this thread.
Each program gives options for smoothing and other algorithms applied.
When I use pdftex, the command: For example, using the graphicx. Too big is no problem. A non-Latex solution A very fast solution is to convert the png file into eps format. I eventually just decided to let the file boundingblx everything. So sometimes, it is worth converting an image into a PDF.
And in my version of gv this is indeed the exact same scaling which the previewer will do if “Natural Size” instead of “Pixel Based” is choosen, so on my screen they even have the exact same size. Otherwise they stick out of my printing area. Do this either by opening the file in a text editor or by using something like the grep command:. You can adjust it to match the resolution of your printer, and use a more complex dithering method, and avoid the printer’s half-toning.
Yeah, its surprising how the interface for CS journals are so out-dated. Sample code that doesn’t work: MacTex seems to be more robust than other Tex distributions that I’ve seen. I’m trying to follow the instructions from epslatex.
So, you only need to open the file in Inkscape and then SaveAs and select eps format. I used gimp to convert from. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
I had the same problem, caused by a clash between the graphicx package and an inclusion of the epsfig package that survived the ages Mico k 30 Dvips I think can’t, but even if it could I doubt it would improve picture quality. Cannot determine size of graphic when inserted a pdf ima. Color is not an issue, I mostly deal with BW captures.
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Why do I get this error? Finished 0 images extracted. And indeed there isn’t. You are however able to state the natural size of the images using natwidth and natheight which will make latex compile without error. So far I see no solutions posted