One of the plugins in IoFlex's IoBookMaker Suite,
IoEdit provides a comprehensive set of editing tools for raster and vector
PDFs. In addition to operations performed on existing objects in vector
PDFs, new objects can be created in both raster and vector PDFs after area
Editing features include
Rectangular, polygon, and free-hand area selection tools.
Area cut, copy & paste functions.
Eraser, brush, and paint bucket tools for removing or adding pixels by
creating a new overlay object.
Functions to move, scale, or rotate, that can be applied to the whole
page, as well as one or more active objects.
Clipping function to erase pixels either inside or outside of the
Manual page deskewing by specifying the desired horizontal reference.
Features for managing an image area (halftone or tint)
Descreen an area in a 1-bit (b&w) raster PDF creating an 8-bit
In 8-bit pages, additional processing to improve selected areas when
they contain text on a tinted background. Using a threshold value, the
text background of these pages may also be reduced to 1-bit.
Import an external image file (TIFF format) into a PDF, creating a new
object, or replace an existing object.
Save an object as an external image file.
Features for optimizing an image area (halftone or tint) as contained in
an 8-bit object in a vector or raster PDF
Apply adjustments to brightness, contrast, and sharpness to an image
(grayscale or color) or to a specific channel in a color image.
Apply a calibration curve to alter dot gain, as well as highlight and
shadow dot values, as needed to produce a specific result.
Curve usage includes
Applying tonal adjustments based on the set of standard DuPont curves
Compensating for problems in the original or introduced by the scanning
Adjusting for the imaging characteristics of the output device. There
would be specific curves of this type for digital printing, as well as for
offset jobs, where modifications are needed for the press and paper
Curves are simple text files that can be modified with any text editor.
New curves can be added as needed.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.