emf2vec does add extra white space in output PDF file when converting EMF file

I am attaching two EMF graphics and the PDF outputs generated with the command line emf2vec -rclbounds 208614_x.emf 208614_x.pdf. We are seeing extraneous white-space at the top of the graphic (we do not see this in the originals using several viewers, screen shot from Microsoft Paint also attached ). This is causing issues with our output which no longer fits on one page due to this extra space and will require manual remediation.

Can you please look into this and let us know what the issue is?

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Thanks again.
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Without that DLL is place we found issues with a couple of graphics. I am attaching the one that I can find. When we run emf2vec -rclbounds on this graphic the resulting pdf is zero bytes and it takes a long time to run. A screen shot is attached along with the input and output. We ran several hundred conversions and only had failure on 3 I believe, but there is definitely something wrong. Having the DLL in place seems to solve the problem, so for now this is not causing us problems.

Thanks again.
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