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3-Heights™ Image to PDF Converter

by pdf-tools.com

Platform(s): Win Mac Unix Linux IBM UniVerse
License: Commercial

Application type: Server-side
Categories:
Creation & Conversion
Developer
Server-side

Features

The 3-Heights™ Image to PDF Converter converts images (TIFF, JPEG etc.) into PDF documents. It can also convert image files into image files of a different format, and split and merge multi-page files.

Supported image file types include TIFF, JPEG, JPEG2000, JBIG2, PNG, GIF, PBM and BMP.

Options offered with converting image files to PDF include:

  • Convert single and multi-page image files
  • Automatic image compression based on the image type
  • Define page width and height
  • Center images
  • Scale the image to fit the page size
  • Define a border size for the page
  • Set the resolution in DPI's
  • Automatically adjust page size to image size
  • Specify output document protection

Several options are offered when converting image files from one image type to another (TIFF to JPEG, CCITT4 to JBIG2 etc.) including:

  • Split files e.g. convert multi-page TIFFs to single-page TIFFs
  • Merge files e.g. convert single-page TIFFs to a multi-page TIFFs
  • Change the compression method for TIFF images
  • Specify the compression quality for JPEG images

What's Unique? The 3-Heights™ Image to PDF Converter not only converts images into PDF format, it can also convert all standard image formats into other image formats.

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