# Equation editor plugin: image quality

Equation editor plugin: image quality

Hello,
Is there a way to improve the resolution of the image rendered by the CodeCogs engine?
Please see the image here (CKEditor content was exported to PDF):
I chose the format to be png in the onLoad function in eqneditor.js file.
Is there a way to control the resolution of this image? The current quality is not acceptable for our workflow.
Thanks,
Prabal.

7 Sep 15, 1:14PM

There are two routes you might want to consider:

**1) Generate a Hi Res Gif Images**Starting with a standard equation request, i.e.`http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?1+sin(x^2)`

which generate this: http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?1+sin(x^2)
Add "\dpi{300}" (say) to the start of the line to get a hi-res images, i.e.
`http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\dpi{300}1+sin(x^2)`

which generate this: http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\dpi{300}1+sin(x^2)**2) Generate an svg or pdf image**

`http://latex.codecogs.com/svg.latex?1+sin(x^2)`

which generate this: http://latex.codecogs.com/svg.latex?1+sin(x^2)
or
`http://latex.codecogs.com/pdf.latex?1+sin(x^2)`

which generate this: http://latex.codecogs.com/pdf.latex?1+sin(x^2)7 Sep 15, 1:41PM

Thanks! I tried both and here are my observations:
1. Increasing the resolution did create a higher quality image, but also resulted in a larger dimension. Is there a way to constrain the dimension of the image?
2. Generating an SVG image did work quite well:
I'll now need to see if I can retain the quality when converting SVG to EMF (which is what our technical publication team needs)
Thanks,
Prabal.