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PDF Workflow - Computerphile

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เพื่อสรุปชุดของศาสตราจารย์ Brailsford ในรูปแบบ PDF เขากล่าวถึงวิธีการสร้าง PDF PDF มีไว้เพื่ออะไร? : การเขียนโปรแกรมใน Post Script: Unrolling the Loops: Google Deep Dream: FPS & Digital Video: Password Cracking: วิดีโอนี้ถ่ายทำและตัดต่อโดย Sean Riley วิทยาการคอมพิวเตอร์ที่มหาวิทยาลัยน็อตติงแฮม: Computerphile เป็นโครงการในเครือของ Numberphile ของ Brady Haran เพิ่มเติมได้ที่

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50 comments

Silas Schramm 01/09/2021 - 05:01

why is this called 'pdf workflow', not 'the story of pdf' or something?

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Joe C. Hecht 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Actually. You can.render PDF in HTML canvas, and even use JavaScript to drive the intrrpreter. Look up PSJS. Firefox…

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English Motherfucker 01/09/2021 - 05:01

I'm limited by the technology of my time

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Bouslama Karim 01/09/2021 - 05:01

This issue if reflowing PDFs is particularly true on mobile devices with smaller screens when trying to read scanned ebooks. On a pc with a large screen the problem is not that acute.

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Pedritox0953 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Love your histories Professor !!

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jigyanshu shrivastava 01/09/2021 - 05:01

What is the advantage of html over pdf,?

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Turjak_art 01/09/2021 - 05:01

never liked pdf

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Billy Ireland 01/09/2021 - 05:01

HTML & CSS – I'm pretty sure if you assign " width:1in; " to a block element, it will be absolute just the same as PDF.
Or am I mistaken?

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Lash LaRue 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Wow. Subscribed. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!

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Seamus Slack 01/09/2021 - 05:01

♪PDF Writer….♪

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themroc 01/09/2021 - 05:01

I would love to see Pr. Brailsford give us his opinion on LaTeX.

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Giteshwar 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Please do a video on extracting text from pdf files..

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ボロ from EU 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Wait a sec…. HTML does support sizes in cm 😛 though the problem would be the display since hardly any display correct dpi setting 😛

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pepper669 01/09/2021 - 05:01

The solution to this is called Prince, formerly known as PrinceXML. It lets you convert HTML plus CSS into super high quality PDFs.

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saiyjin98 01/09/2021 - 05:01

PDF is a terrible format. Documents should just be stored in XHTML with embedded resources.

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neurobits 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Actually HTML can draw a line 1" long: {width: 1in;}. Anyway I agree on PDF as universal document representation. HTML was specifically design for screens. Not comparable.

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bleistift2 01/09/2021 - 05:01

I was hoping for a video showing how Word actually creates a PDF file.

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unlokia 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Top, TOP class gentleman, "Explainer in chief" – this guy tells a story so clearly and thoroughly but without piffle and waffling. Thank you.

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Steven Whiting 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Can we have a video on why it's so difficult converting a PDF file back to a Word file? Back when I was in IT at the NHS this problem came up when a department had Adobe Writer and was attempting to convert a PDF they had to Word. The formatting was always messed up in the conversion. Doing research if I remember right (was back in 2008-9) I roughly remember it was an issue with the formatting of the original PDF. Writer could only convert to what it had available on the PC the conversion was happening on. So if it was missing the original fonts etc, it would never be perfect.

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Lousteau phil 01/09/2021 - 05:01

What about svg ?

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David Scott 01/09/2021 - 05:01

There are free ways to 'print' to a PDF – Nitro PDF and Primo PDF. You can choose the 'quality levels' to save space, or preserve the images.

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Caelum1337 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Could you make a video about LaTeX?

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Daylen Riggs 01/09/2021 - 05:01

He's a linguistician.

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Jason Evans 01/09/2021 - 05:01

I'd also be interested in hearing about the development of epub and where that technology is going.

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herougo 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Is there a way to go from pdf (with math notation) to a text-based document (ie latex, .doc)?

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Guilherme Sousa Santos 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Hi, Brady. I don't usually leave comments on Youtube, but this time I could not prevent it. Thank you for the video! This reminds me so much of the best times in college when professors would tell their tech related stories. Indeed, a heart warming break for my afternoon.

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kentrel2 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Anyone else think the 50FPS is a bit odd? I swear I can tell the difference between this and 60fps

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Andrew Joy 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Who uses powerpoint to make pdf's , real men write the postscript by hand, and then idiots cannot modify you work :p.

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Landrew0 01/09/2021 - 05:01

The irony of all this, is that all the enormous effort undertaken to avoid using a simple bitmap to create a faithful representation of the original, was to save memory.
Ironic; because memory has now become cheap and abundant.
Nearly all the vectoring and font data can now be extracted from an image, therefore the enormous accomplishment of creating the PDF engine has been diminished somewhat.

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TheWGBbroz 01/09/2021 - 05:01

What do you think of a video about how product keys work? That would be really interesting

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Pehr Meldert 01/09/2021 - 05:01

professor, I used LaTeX (or MikTeX) a lot as a student, have you ever worked with that?

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Ali Al Cherchefchi 01/09/2021 - 05:01

you can not just go around comparing pdf to html… it is like comparing elevators to washing machines… pdf is meant to display things on paper while html is meant to display things on screen

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bajarwas 01/09/2021 - 05:01

PDF bedtime stories 😀

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lanswipe 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Not really related, but I have some of those paper cups in my desk. Bought them on Amazon…

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Daniel Aguirre 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Fonts are still a problem with PDF readers that are not Acrobat…

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RonJohn63 01/09/2021 - 05:01

No mention of Display Postscript (which powered the NeXT).

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ImHereFindMe 01/09/2021 - 05:01

PDFs can be reflowed if they are XFA based.

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XantheFIN 01/09/2021 - 05:01

DjVu?

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Jason Hardman 01/09/2021 - 05:01

I should point out that as a data analyst, I hate PDF!

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Jason Hardman 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Shout out to PDFTK

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RangieNZ 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Question to add in a future PDF video: why does distiller need to have fonts available for embedding in the PDF and is there a way to avoid the problem and associated fail to distill the PS file when fonts can't be embedded? I still use the PS > distiller > PDF process, as Distiller came as a component of Adobe Framemaker.

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Super_Cool_Guy ! 01/09/2021 - 05:01

look pops ..what is it that your trying to say ?

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gdkags 01/09/2021 - 05:01

These two videos feel like the intro and outro to PDF without the informative and detailed bits this channel is known for. Was that really it?

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Gooberslot 01/09/2021 - 05:01

I'd love to hear Professor Brailsford's thoughts on how various OSs render fonts.

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Wanttofanta 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Omg i love listening to his voice. Said it before on other videos of his, but this is ASMR to me 🙂

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Andrew Foss 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Reflowing almost works on e-readers from Sony as old as 2006. Lack of automagic hyphenation rules is the caveat. Long nonbreaking words will overflow out of your page border. The rest of it works beautifully to change the size of text. Images OTOH, well, "it's a monochrome e-ink display: It's for text."

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Darren Hong 01/09/2021 - 05:01

dam… Didn't know PDF were that powerful every time I hear about Adobe the company has been just acquiring other companies and just leveraging (draining is more like it) to their own operations.

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Jeremy Ardley 01/09/2021 - 05:01

What about Ventura Publisher? In 1986 it could render and layout documents on screen and onto printers and image setters with excellent results, That was several years before Postscript made it to the desktop. Amazingly enough it's still a current Corel product!

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Al Bel 01/09/2021 - 05:01

SVG will do almost the same as PDF and in some aspects even more

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Ivo 01/09/2021 - 05:01

Will the prof do a video on LaTeX maybe?

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