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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Should we migrate this and other tex questions to tex. It is just a fact. These do not scale down very gracefully.
I ran jpeg2ps from the command line and found in the header that the displayed bb differed from the cannot I determined before with another converter. They’ll always look best if one image pixel detetmine represented by an integral number of printer dots. You will get perfect quality postscript out of xv, ImageMagick and pretty much any other tool. 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.
It seems that you are perfectly available of trying this out faster than it takes to post to a newsgroup. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? What is the filename extension of your graphics file? For what it’s worth, JPG is quite determinee the worst image format to use when you’re going to print something because of the quality degradation. So, I’d like to know you opinion on: Cannot determine size of graphic Ask Question.
Is there an open bug report about it anywhere?
One cause might be that the binary stuff has been corrupted during a file transfer, another that the bytecount is simply wrong. One note of caution, though: The representation of the eps-file which xv provides you looks worse.
[pdftex] \includegraphics doesn’t work (no BoundingBox)
Thank you for the solution provided. The error message is typical when including bitmap graphics, e. You need to use pdflatex for this.
Yeah, its surprising how the interface for CS journals are so out-dated. The default dwtermine invoked by the googly eyes option does not work, but fails as described above and by original post in this thread.
I seem to recall being forced to use ‘ps2pdf’ in ‘lyx’ years ago on ‘linux’ as well but don’t remember why. Color is not an issue, I mostly deal with BW captures.
[Howto] resolve LaTeX error message “Cannot determine size of graphic xxx (no BoundingBox)”
This approach is independant of paper size and therefore more handy. What has this to do with an. You should make sure your printer is set up for printing pictures.
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Baidu [Spider] and 17 guests. I’ve seen some that help and some that hurt. I boundding this error with a pdf file which contained dots in the filename. When viewed in ghostview or gv, for that this will indeed look ugly with the default settings.
I don’t know if Tex does this automatically. If I don’t specify the them in the latex file.
Removing the dots except the. Dvips I think can’t, but even if it could I doubt it would improve picture quality. In case you have a peculiar eps file which contains a BoundingBox comment but, for some reason, graphicx cannot read it, you can try searching your file. But it can be done on the fly if you use dvips in the following way:. I ran ‘eps2eps’ on it and it still doesn’t work. If you have an x pixel screenshot, and want to print it with, say, dpi, it has the dimensions: If your distro does not have ‘xv’ then most likely it comes with ‘ee’a.
This is the cause of all your trouble. You are trying to run pdflatex in DVI-mode, where only eps figures are allowed. Cannot determine size of graphic when inserted a pdf ima. Anyway to use the default setting without need to specify the width and height? If not, there’s a script on CTAN called bbfig, which tries to determine the correct bounding box.