Is there any chance that the filter is turned off, or set the the one that
makes it larger ie. ascii-hex.

This is set in the config.xml and the userconfig.xml.

On Sat, 28 Jul 2001 03:04:46 Arved Sandstrom wrote:
> At 10:38 AM 7/27/01 -0400, Chetan Vig wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >Yes, I have noticed that too. Also, is there a way we could optimize our
> PDF's
> >so that 300 pages file or so is not like 15MB big.
> >
> >I am continuously generating PDF's of 300-400 pages and the file size
> >fluctuates between 10MB-20MB with and without any external images.
> OK, you're right, there is a problem here. I note that the PDF 1.3 spec, 
> with 518 pages, is 5 MB; the EJB 2.0 PD 2 spec with 554 pages is 2.8 MB,
> the 
> SWI Prolog 3.4 reference manual, with 222 pages, is ~1 MB, and the Java 
> language spec, with 852 pages, is ~3.5 MB. Our very own XSL spec is 5.3
> MB 
> at 406 pages (the RenderX version).
> The documents cited come in at 9880, 5180, 4610, 4210 and 13370 bytes per
> page. Illustrations, whitespace and font size make quite a difference, 
> obviously, to +/-100% at least. You are saying that you see page averages
> of 
> about 50K, or on the order of 5 times these examples.
> Can you do some basic stats, maybe with a text editor and/or simple
> scripts? 
> Where is all that size being taken up? Is the trailer huge? Are the 
> individual pages themselves taking up most of that? If so, why? What is
> the 
> difference between your typical page, from FOP, and a page in one of
> these 
> other documents?
> I don't produce monster files, and certainly for my test docs I manage to
> keep per page sizes comfortably below 5K, so it would be interesting to
> see 
> if there is some kind of overhead that we can whittle down, that I just
> do
> not see.

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