Opens a raw CCITT G3 or G4 compresed image and returns an image identifier which can be passed to pdf_place_image() . All CCITT image analysis must be done by the client, thus if the PDF client does not suport the CCITT format than the image will not be displayed.
The bitreverse parameter toggles whether all bytes in the data are reversed.
compression specifies the type of compression in the image. -1 indicates G4 encoding. 0 indicates one dimensional G3 encoding, 1 indicates mixed one and two dimensional 3G encoding.
If black is set to 1, 1-bits are interpreted as black and 0-bits are interpreted as white. Normally, it is best to leave this value as 0.
<?php // create new document $pdf = pdf_new(); pdf_open_file($pdf); pdf_begin_page($pdf, 500, 700); // turn on image warning pdf_set_parameter($pdf, "imagewarning", "true"); // load and display image $im = pdf_open_ccitt($pdf, "logo.bmp", 100, 100, 0, 1, 1); pdf_place_image($pdf, $im, 50, 150, 1.0); pdf_place_image($pdf, $im, 50, 350, 0.5); pdf_close_image($im); pdf_end_page($pdf); pdf_close($pdf); // output document $data = pdf_get_buffer($pdf); header("Content-type: application/pdf"); header("Content-disposition: inline; filename=test.pdf"); header("Content-length: " . strlen($data)); echo $data; ?>
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