epspdfconversion.sty facilitates the use of the epspdf tools (on CTAN in pub/tex/support) from within PDFLaTeX. EPS graphic files are converted "on the fly". It is similar to and based on the epstopdf package and allows to pass several options such as grayscale, prepress, pdfversion etc. to the epspdf conversion-command. Can also be used to trigger a conversion of PDF- and PS-files. New in version 0.61: * new options pdftopdf and pstopdf. Uses epspdf to do pdf-to-pdf and ps-to-pdf conversions. Allows grayscaling, calculation of bounding boxes etc for pdf's that already exist an for .ps-files. Disabled by default. * bugfix for the outdir-option (converted files in subdirectories are again saved in those subdirectories) (Thanks to Stefan Pofahl for the feedback.) * small improvement of the documentation (on the windows epspdf.bat file, on epstopdf's option 'outdir') * now uses epstopdf's \epstopdfDeclareGraphicsRule This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License in its most recent version.
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epspdfconversion – On-the-fly conversion of EPS to PDF
The package calls the epstopdf package to convert EPS graphics to PDF, on the fly. It servs as a vehicle for passing conversion options (such as grayscale, prepress or pdfversion) to the epspdf converter.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeXlive as epspdfconversion|
|MikTeX as epspdfconversion|
call external code and process the result|
converting graphics files from METAPOST output or (E)PS to embeddable PDF