[scribus] object is imported pdf file

Thomas Kratz tpk at spirituelles-portal.de
Tue Oct 6 09:47:54 CEST 2009


I open the original pdf with adobe reader and open it again with adobe 
reader after I put it into scribus and exported it with the pdf-function.

Here is what the origianl lools like:


and here after I put it into scribus:


In scribus1 the photo is much darker and Robert looks like he needs a 
shave urgently, while in the original you hardly notice this ... :-)

Is this just a normal thing  and will it look different in printing 
again? Or can I optimize something so that after scribus it looks like 
the original?


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a.l.e schrieb:
> guten morgen thomas,
>> In the moment the photos in the pdfs generated from scribus look like 
>> they have been copied on a color-copymachine ...
> on screen or on paper?
> in the image frame, you normally only get a preview of the image (the
> context menu let you choose the quality of the preview).
> basically, print (and pdf) should look ok.
>> Would it make a difference, if I convert the pdfs into some other
>> format (jpg, tiff, what shall I choose??) before I load them into
>> scribus?
> you may have more control on the result if you first convert the pdfs
> into images with the quality and size you wish.
> have a nice day
> a.l.e
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