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PDF Studio

by Qoppa Software

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

Application type: Desktop
Stamp & Watermark
Split, Merge & Append


PDF Studio is an easy to use, yet powerful program to stamp PDF documents with text and images as well as perform splitting and merging functions on existing PDF files. Stamps are automatically saved in PDF Studio for easy automation of common revisions to PDF document. Additionally, stamps can be grouped and applied to a document with a single click to automate more complex document actions.

PDF Studio uses Qoppa's proprietary technology to view and modify PDF files so there is no need to purchase Adobe Acrobat or any other software to start using PDF Studio. Simply download, install and start working with PDF files immediately.

PDF Studio is a standalone application to work with PDF files. If you are looking to integrate these functions into a Java application, please take a look at jPDFProcess, our Java library to provide these functions.

Key Features of PDF Studio Are:

  • Powerful, intuitive user interface
  • Text stamps to add any text to pages, including titles, watermarks, page numbers and more
  • Image stamps to add any image to any page
  • PDF stamps to perform splitting, merging and page extraction
  • Works with encrypted files
  • Save stamps for reuse
  • No need for Adobe Acrobat or any other software
  • Platform independent, runs on Windows, Mac, Linux and more

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