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complete script solution for photoshop. make droplet and you are ready to go. complete script solution for photoshop


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I Convert the Tiff file to Pdf File by use Imagick code : $document = new Imagick(test.tiff); $document->setImageFormat("pdf"); $document->writeImages("test.pdf", true);


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According to my tests and these three pages, multi-layer or multi-page TIFFs have the PageNumber tag and transparent TIFFs have the ExtraSamples tag set to either 1 or 2. Once you know this it is easy to use ExifTool to move both multi-page and transparent TIFFs into a separate directory: exiftool -if "(($PageNumber) || ($ExtraSamples#>0))" ...


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Is there any particular reason for using Ghostscript? If you have gs installed, you very probably also have Image Magick's convert command. This article discusses some aspects of the quality factor and how to maintain a reasonable output size. Also consider the possibility that, if the input file is technical (i.e. drawings) you might consider tracing the ...


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Ghostscript doesn't support TIFF as an input, so you can't immediately use it to turn a TIFF file into a PDF. You might be better to use an image editing application such as ImageMagick. For anyone who wishes to persist, it is possible to read a TIFF file by writing a PostScript program, which Ghostscript is able to run (because it is a PostScript ...


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Group the drawings and copy it. Open power point and past it in a blank layout. Right click and select save as picture and select .tif and save. If you want to save as EPS format you can follow these links and give it a try. Note: I have not tested. MacPPT: How to Export PowerPoint Slides to EPS Format Saving EPS files from Powerpoint


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One possible solution tested on Windows: Save document as a web page. Check the folder Name_files accompanying Name.htm and the drawings should be saved as PNG files. Convert to whichever formats you want.


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Combined from the answers supplied (using -format and wc to count): identify -format "%p " multipage.tif | wc -w And just to mention ... it's the page numbers we get ( 1 for 1 page, 1 2 for 2 pages, 1 2 3 for 3 pages and 1 2 3 ... 19 20 21 22 for 22 pages)



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