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enscript just does not support Unicode. You need to use a different tool such as paps to convert text to PostScript. With --header option an output .pdf is similar to one produced with enscript: $ paps text --header | ps2pdf - outheader.pdf
You don't mention in your post if you've tried the most basic command that should accomplish this: ffmpeg -i input.swf output.gif Assuming that works there are going to be quality problems with it, because GIF is a 256-color format. (Imgur recently extended the file format for GIFV which uses WebM video, but that's a separate topic) If that didn't work, ...
This is a problem that seemed to have been reported around 2007 and resurfaced (or else I used an older version of the library for a long time that did not have this problem). The thing you can do is post-process the output file (assuming your sed has the -i option): tiff2pdf -j input.tif -o out.pdf sed -i 's|/DecodeParms << /ColorTransform 0 ...
If you want the binary output for a string of hex digits, xxd -r -p. E.g.: $ echo '0A0B0C0D' | xxd -r -p | xxd -b 0000000: 00001010 00001011 00001100 00001101 .... converts 0A0B0C0D into a four bytes of binary (first call to xxd), and then converts it back to be printable (second call). You say you want a binary output, but the ...
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