LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in (no BoundingBox). Why do I Whereas a PDF includes DPI and size, a JPEG has only a size in terms of pixels. (I know To include png and jpg, you need to specify the Bounding Box explicitly. . Please check that there is no inclusion of epsfig, it is deprecated. LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in 5_Web_data_annotation_using_. SVM/figures/ (no BoundingBox). LaTeX-Compiler can’t determine the graphic-size, because there is no like: “ Cannot determine size of graphic (no BoundingBox)”.

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[Howto] resolve LaTeX error message “Cannot determine size of graphic xxx (no BoundingBox)”

Which journal are you publishing to? Some of them can help a lot. I don’t know if you can post them to this group.

I am using the following syntax for including the images: If you have an x pixel screenshot, and want to print it with, say, dpi, it has the dimensions: To center your picture you could use.

But in order for that to work I had to comment out lstex following 2 packages:. Users browsing this forum: Printing bitmaps is device-dependent. Do this either by opening the file in a text editor or by using something like the grep command: When I use pdftex, the command: I’ve seen some that help and some that hurt.

Cannot determine size of graphic in test2. This should print reasonably well. So sometimes, it is worth converting an image into a PDF. You should make sure your printer is set up for printing pictures. It will do screen captures, and other larex operations, in a manner similar to ‘xv’.


In fact, I could compile it fine with MacTex on my machine. Providing you printer is full color. By changing its extension from.

If not, there’s a script on CTAN called bbfig, which tries to determine the correct bounding box. I’d add using command-line convert tiger. Why so deetermine secrets? Working with DVI is often faster and compatible with more packages.

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Thank you for the solution provided. No need to spend time to manually set the bounding box with the time-consuming trial-and-errors method what I did until this day. I didn’t know convert: It is just a fact.

But it can be done on the fly if you use dvips in the following way: This does not seem to be an answer, because it does not explain what you did to resolve the problem. Although the quality of the image will be fine, the size will be horrible. And indeed there isn’t. Is GraphicsConvertor a software provided with the OS? So far I see no solutions posted Except for the scaled latfx, they are both perfect.

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I’ve had the same error occur too. Your previewer is broken. Each one has its strong and weak points. The only disadvantage is that the Postscript is not compatibel with PostScript Level 1 Printers, but these probably do not exist anymore anyway. The save to PS-dialog offers you the possibility to set the resolution.


Baidu [Spider] boundingobx 6 guests. This solved my problem. It probably has to do with what compiler you are using. That’d be much much better than a tiny-font pixel-width image. You can adjust it to match boundinngbox resolution of your printer, and use a more complex dithering method, and avoid the printer’s half-toning.

I am getting the following error while compiling my Latex File: But think about it, the more you tell us the better chance you have.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. In which case you would be in for trouble either way: That purplish grey you are using must be hell for the printer… Hmm, I just tried, and indeed this looks fairly poor: In my case it turned out that I had a file named figure.

And in my version of gv this is indeed the exact same scaling which the previewer will do if “Natural Size” instead of “Pixel Based” is choosen, so on my screen they even have the exact same size.

Graphics, Images & Pictures

I don’t know if Tex does this automatically but there are a load of tools for rescaling including xv, gimp, ImageMagic. Sign up using Facebook. Also the technique of reducing the image size affects this a lot.