Tailor Made announces AcroXchange for PDF conversions


Tailor Made Software recently announced AcroXchange, which converts PDF and Adobe Illustrator (AI V9+) files into popular CAD, technical illustration, raster and Web-ready formats.

"The PDF format is one of the most widely used formats in industry and a simple conversion tool is needed," said Michael Celiceo, Director, Marketing & Business Development, Tailor Made Software. "We are pleased to be able to provide a conversion solution for users of PDF files. AcroXchange, along with our other translation products, provides a complete translation software environment by allowing designers to quickly, easily, and accurately exchange data with customers, management or other team members."

AcroXchange provides a method for rapidly converting numerous files in PDF into a variety of raster and vector output formats without the loss of detail. Some features in AcroXchange are:

  • Multiple File Conversion
  • Command Line Interface
  • Raster Output including JPEG and TIFF

AcroXchange can process an entire directory tree in a single operation, converting all qualifying files into the designated output format. The translator offers one-step creation of high quality images in JPEG, TIFF, PNG and other popular raster formats.

Priced at $3,995.00 on a per copy, per server basis, AcroXchange is available on Windows, Linux and Solaris servers.

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