Le samedi 12 juillet 2014, 16:14:25 Peter Münster a écrit :
> On Sat, Jul 12 2014, Pol Stra wrote:
> > I think I should do something like:
> > `convert -density 300 input.png -resize AAAxBBB output.png`
> > 
> > but I don't know if it’s the good way to do it
> Hi,
> I can be done automatically for example by using this module:
> http://modules.contextgarden.net/grph-downsample

Thank you, it looks interesting. Is there a documentation somewhere or could 
you provide an example about how to use it ?

Also, it changes the resolution only at inclusion into the pdf or it does it 
on original files ? My concern is to give the sources in attachment of the 
document, so if I don't change those files, the document will still be huge. 

There is a way to include the source without duplicates images ?

> > or which resolution is appropriate.
> It depends on the printer. 300dpi is often enough.

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