epstopdf-pkg – Call epstopdf "on the fly"
The package adds support for EPS files in the graphicx package when running under pdfTeX. If an EPS graphic is detected, the package spawns a process to convert the EPS to PDF, using the script epstopdf. This of course requires that shell escape is enabled for the pdfTeX run.
The package is part of the oberdiek bundle.
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3
|Contained in||TeX Live as oberdiek|
|MiKTeX as oberdiek|
call external code and process the result
converting graphics files from METAPOST output or (E)PS to embeddable PDF
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- autopdf: Conversion of graphics to pdfLaTeX-compatible formats
- epspdfconversion: On-the-fly conversion of EPS to PDF
- pst-pdf: Make PDF versions of graphics by processing between runs
- sagetex: Embed Sage code and plots into LaTeX