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how to display an EPS image  in java

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i'm trying to load an image (EPS format) on a JPanel like i've done with GIF or JPG , those don't cause any problem, but when the image is an EPS one nothing is loaded how can i do this ? is java support this type of image ?
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An EPS image is a post script image. PostScript images are not supported out of the box in Java. You can use a third party library called Raster Master available at http://www.snowbound.com/products2/tools_java.html
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