[OS X TeX] eps2pdf and grayscale eps?

Daniel Becker daniel.becker at uni-rostock.de
Wed Apr 25 04:21:05 EDT 2007

Am 25.04.2007 um 10:09 schrieb Siep Kroonenberg:

> Epspdf, also available from ctan, offers conversion to grayscale,
> although it doesn't always work, depending in the existence of color
> bitmapped images and the color model(s) used.
> The trick is to prepend some PostScript code to the eps file which
> redefines all rbg and cmyk colors as gray. This is the PostScript
> header file used by epspdf:


Ok, I see that I should give epspdf a try. The advantage of epstopdf  
is that it converts all the often updated .eps-files to pdf  
automatically with every pdflatex-run
(I include them as \includegraphics[width=0.8\textwidth]{../../Bilder/ 

By the way: Your article about TeX and Prepress helped a lot to get  
other things right.



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