I have been unable to find the fix for this error. ~~ ImageMagickObject. MagickImage.1 error ” convert: Postscript delegate failed. I have the x64 version of ImageMagick. When we got the “Postscript delegate failed” error, I looked it up and found HERE that I needed. What is wrong here? IS where convert is called: burns:~ peter$ convert rrr. eps convert: Postscript delegate failed `’: No.
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If not, the problem could still be with ImageMagick and we will investigate further.
Imagemsgick then installed gs and the same command worked properly after that. If you provide me an email address, I can send you a zip file that has the asp page and pdf that I used for testing.
I’m afraid you need someone who can help you debug ‘convert’ rather than Ghostscript: Include the ImageMagick version, OS, and any command-line required to reproduce the problem.
Hi Ken, Thanks for your help. It’s basically the same as SimpleTest. OK well that means that GS works, and is able to open the file without problems.
Postscript delegate failed in multithreaded environment (Java, Jmagick) – ImageMagick
Please let me know if you need anything else. I am using GhostScript 8. Conversion doesn’t work and gives an error like “Postscript delegate failed Thanks for your assistance. Hi Ken Thanks again for the help. The good method is to make a new install of GS.
Post a link to an example input and output image. I’m fighting over the same thing.
I have reinstalled IM Updated to latest build 6. Our website is written in asp and I wanted to try a quick demo to see if it would work. I encountered the same problem with MAMP 3. Falled you tried using. OpenMP Can anybody enlighten me on this? I’ve gone through the forums and haven’t found the solution yet.
I have followed your steps and i have attached a screenshot. Jason Sundram 5, 12 58