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PDF Vision .NET Update 300% Faster Converting JPEG and TIFF to PDF

September 16, 2013

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SautinSoft, a leading developer of conversion technologies, released a new version of PDF Vision .Net. The library significantly simplifies creating PDF documents from images for .Net developers. Providing the code necessary for to convert Jpeg to PDF in c# in 2-3 lines.

The main innovation is a new core engine which makes PDF Vision .Net 300% faster than earlier versions and one of the fastest Jpeg to PDF .Net libraries on the market.

Converting of Multipage TIFF to PDF now works 50% faster. Furthermore, PDF Vision .Net now supports even TIFF documents in complex encoding which can not be processed by standard System.Drawing.Image class.

The library requires.Net 2.0 or higher, and can be used in C#, VB.Net, and Delphi.Net, as well as ASP.Net, WPF, WinForms, Silverlight and runs on 32-bit and 64-bit platforms on Windows, Linux (Mono-project), Android and Mac.

PDF Vision .Net 4.5 has been designed to be completely compatible with Windows 8, and is written in Visual Studio 2012 and compiled against .Net 4.5. A full press release and information about the updated software can be found here

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