|04-01-2011, 07:27 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Device: iPod touch 2G (16 GB)
Which is the best way to add SVG (vector graphics) to PDF files ?
How do I add them to the PDF ?
What I've been doing is using Inkscape to edit a certain part of a PDF (Inkscape lets you choose which page to open, it doesn't open the whole thing, meaning there's no "multipage" support). But if I simply save it as PDF from within Inkscape it outputs an onion of layers, which I don't want, and by converting it with GSview it spits out a single-layer PDF.
So I add the graphic, position it just right, save the entire page as a PostScript file, open it in GSview, convert it to PDF, replace the page with Adobe Acrobat. As you can imagine this is incredibly tedious for a 250 page instructional book where there are tons of graphics on pretty much all of the pages. Isn't there a better way ?
I tried using Scribus. The imported PDF isn't recognized properly and there's garbage on every page. Even with the new 1.4.0 RC3. Or maybe I don't know what compatibility features to tell Acrobat X to use (from within Word 2010). Or maybe Scribus isn't meant for editing PDFs, eh ?
Last edited by DSpider; 04-12-2011 at 04:12 AM.
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