On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 01:42:45 +0100 (CET)
Carusoswi <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:

> I work with a proprietary software package that imports image files (in
> this case, large tiffs containing hi-res images of architectural plans),
> and large plans, especially if you import five or six of them, tend to
> choke the application.
> It was suggested that I open these images in Photoshop and save them as
> pdf's.
> In PS, I can open them, save them as PDF's, task complete.
> In GIMP, the same exercise yielded pdf's that were of low resolution,
> and, in some cases, I believe, not true to the original scale of the
> tiff images (a very important factor to the software in which the
> ultimate images will be utilized).
> Can someone clue me in as to how I can open these large tiffs in GIMP,
> save or export them as pdf's, and preserve the original resolution (or
> viewing quality) and the same scale?

For windows:


For Linux:


Much better than relying on GIMP

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