LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in fig/BrochierCie_Maroc/ (no BoundingBox). this is strange, because if I extract the. 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. No bounding box. If the bounding box information is totally missing from the graphics file, LATEX issues the error message! LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size.

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Could it be that their server is using an old compiler? Although the question has been answered by DavidCarlisle in the comment, I’ll try to complete the answer here. I converted the first image to PDF and the compilation happened perfectly. Cause latex only supports vector graphics read: To include png and jpgyou need to specify the Bounding Box explicitly.

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But when I submit it online to a scientific journal for boundignbox, it compiles it on the server and sends me the resultant PDF which has all these errors that prevent it from compiling. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

Please check that there is no inclusion of epsfigit is deprecated. I get this error when I try to view a document containing an eps image.

What has this to do with an. Compiling into pdf works, thanks. I saw this issue with a jpeg file. For what it’s worth, JPG is quite possibly the worst image format to use when you’re going to print something because of the quality degradation. I seem to recall being forced to use ‘ps2pdf’ in ‘lyx’ years ago on ‘linux’ as well but don’t remember why. I eventually just decided to let the file contain everything. They are, in turn: I’ve had the same error occur too.


Cannot determine size of graphic when inserted a pdf image

Calm down and take a deep breath, read posts and provided links attentively, try to understand and ask if necessary. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. But it’s not always the best solution. The two div options and ‘ps2pdf’ as will as plain ‘postscript’ work. I’d add using command-line convert tiger.

I am using the following syntax for including the images: Deleting the file figure. By changing its extension from. slze

Which journal are you publishing to? In fact, I could compile it fine with MacTex on my machine. DavidCarlisle — we’ve had problems here in production with the bounding box at the end; maybe it’s dvips that can’t find it properly, but in any case, we always have to make repairs.

If it is not there, then something is wrong. In my case it turned out that I had a file named figure. No BoundingBox error message Ask Question. Incidentally, you can change this in TexShop from the “Typeset” menu.

This is not supposed to happen for valid eps files, as they should contain a BoundingBox comment and the graphicx package should be able to read it. So far I see no solutions posted I had the same problem, caused by a clash between the graphicx package and an inclusion of the epsfig package csnnot survived the ages I ran ‘eps2eps’ on it and it still doesn’t work.


In case you cannot find a bounding graaphic and your eps file is still usable, of course, which may not be the caseI’d suggest that you try guessing it. Why do I get this error? The error is coming from latex not lyx directly. I got this error with a pdf file which contained dots in the filename.

Tommy 3 I want to include an eps file in LaTeX. So, you only need to open the file in Inkscape and then SaveAs and select eps format. Thank you for your interest in this question. Yeah, its surprising how the interface for CS journals are so out-dated.

It is just a fact.

If you have Gimp, I saw that exporting the image in. Actually latex is pdflatex in DVI mode in modern distributions, but it can read the sizes only in PDF mode for some reason.

You are however able to state the natural size of the images using natwidth and natheight which will make latex compile without error. I used gimp to convert from.

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This solved my problem. Post as a guest Name. What cabnot the filename extension of your graphics file? I’m having this same problem with eps files. But in order for that to work I had to comment out the following 2 packages: Do this either by opening the file in a text editor or by using something like the grep command: