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LibreOffice is working too slow when I use EPS images. My document contains 10 images in EPS format (mathematical plots). Cache size for graphical objects is set to 256 Mb. Memory per object: 100 Mb. System: 2 Gb RAM, Ubuntu 12.04. LibreOffice version is 22.214.171.124 from Ubuntu repositories. Ocular (from KDE) works normally when I see this document converted to PDF. The conversion is done with "Print to file" and ps2pdf. If I am not mistaken, vector images are not converted in raster when I convert the document to PDF by this way. Is it possible to increase speed?
answered 2012-05-05 14:32:15 +0200caolan
The eps files probably don't contain raster previews, so ghostscript is getting spawned off to generate some to show on-screen, which I admit is something of a bodge :-)
You could use epstool to add previews to your eps files to see if that helps.
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