[Scribus] Can't place some JPEG images
Mon Sep 11 21:47:46 CEST 2006
+ you should have said, you have a large number of LARGE JPEG images :-)
I'm just guessing, but with images that size... 6500 x 4000... there
can and will be problems... sometimes, the application just times out
before it can read the entire file. Try reducing the JPEG to page
size... if that doesnt work, you may have a corrupted file.
On 9/11/06, ols6000 at sbcglobal.net <ols6000 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I have a large number of JPEG images, generated by a scanner. Most of
> these I can place in my document without difficulty, but some I can't.
> When I select the picture frame and type ^D, the file open dialog
> appears. Now if I click one of the problem images, I get messages
> "Application transferred too few scanlines". I get four of these
> messages, separated by a few seconds.
> An example image that cannot be placed is 6495 x 3952 pixels, 4800
> dpi. This image can be displayed as a thumbnail by Windows Explorer,
> and at any size by PicaJet (an image organizer), so I know the image
> file is OK.
> The platform is Windows XP Professional, SP2; Ghostscript 8.54, 1 Gb
> RAM and plenty of free disk space. The same error occurs with both
> Scribus 1.3.2 and 1.3.3. It occurs with a new document containing
> nothing else but a single picture frame.
> From what little I have found, this is some error or deficiency in
> the JPEG library. Is this correct? If so, how can I fix the problem?
> I have a strong preference to avoid having to convert my input images
> in any way, since I have quite a few of them.
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