Neevia docuPrinter Pro user’s manual
version 6.7, last modified on 10/10/2015
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Create JPEG files
Please note that JPEG is a compression method specifically intended for continuous-tone images such as
photographs, not for graphics. For anything other than pages containing simple images the ”lossy”
compression of the jpeg format will result in poor quality output regardless of the input. To learn more
about the distinction, consult a reference about uses and abuses of JPEG, such as the JPEG FAQ -
To create a JPEG file print to docuPrinter, then in the "Save As" screen (screenshot
) select "JPEG image
(*.jpg)" as output file format and press the Save button.
To configure the advanced output settings click the Configure Output button – you should see the following
General Settings Tab
Resolution sets the JPEG resolution.
JPEG Quality sets the output quality level according to the widely used IJG quality scale, which balances the extent of
compression against the fidelity of the image when reconstituted. Lower values drop more information from
the image to achieve higher compression, and therefore have lower quality when reconstituted.
Colors tab allows you to select the number of colors in the output document.
Since the jpeg format doesn’t support multi-page files, when printing documents that have more than 1 page,
docuPrinter will produce a jpeg file for each page of the original document. The filename suffix allows you to
control how the single page files will be named - if you set %d docuPrinter will add the page number to the
file name. You can also control the number of digits used in the file name by replacing %d with %0Nd where N
is the number of digits you want to have, for example %03d will force docuPrinter to produce files with names
like this: 'filename001.jpg', ... , 'filename010.jpg', ... %04d will produce:
'filename0001.jpg', ... ,