EPS image files

TopLeaf requires GhostScript to be installed in order to process EPS images.

For PDF output you can use an image filter in the pdf profile to use a different EPS converter.

TopLeaf will process EPS image files that conform to the document structuring conventions described in the Encapsulated PostScript File Format Specification. To be considered a conforming EPS image, an EPS file must describe a single page document that fully conforms to the PostScript Document Structuring Conventions Specification version 3.0 or later. It is the user's responsibility to ensure that any referenced EPS image conforms to these specifications. EPS images that do not conform to these specifications cannot be processed by TopLeaf.

At the very least, this means that a referenced EPS image must include:

  1. An EPS document prolog that declares the following DSC header comments:

    %!PS-Adobe-3.0 EPSF-3.0
    %%BoundingBox:llx lly urx ury
    
  2. An EPS document script that declares a complete representation of the document page.

  3. An end of a document %%EOF comment that marks the end of the EPS content.