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Manual Reference Pages  -  CRUNCHJPGS.PL (1)

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NAME

crunchjpgs.pl - Compress all JPG images in a PDF

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



 crunchjpgs.pl [options] infile.pdf [outfile.pdf]

 Options:
   -j --justjpgs       make script skip non-JPGs
   -q --quality        select JPG output quality (default 50)
   -s --scale=num      select a rescaling factor for the JPGs (default 100%)
   -m --scalemin=size  dont scale JPGs smaller than this pixel size (width or height)
   -O --only=imnum     only change the specified images (can be used mutliple times)
   -S --skip=imnum     dont change the specified images (can be used mutliple times)
   -o --order          preserve the internal PDF ordering for output
      --veryverbose    increases the verbosity
   -v --verbose        print diagnostic messages
   -h --help           verbose help message
   -V --version        print CAM::PDF version



The available values for --scale are:



    1  100%
    2   50%
    4   25%
    8   12.5%



imnum is a comma-separated list of integers indicating the images in order that they appear in the PDF. Use listimages.pl to retrieve the image numbers.

DESCRIPTION

Requires the ImageMagick <B>convertB> program to be available

Tweak all of the JPG images embedded in a PDF to reduce their size. This reduction can come from increasing the compression and/or rescaling the whole image. Various options give you full control over which images are altered.

SEE ALSO

CAM::PDF

listimages.pl

extractallimages.pl

extractjpgs.pl

uninlinepdfimages.pl

AUTHOR

See CAM::PDF
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