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
Scale the image to fit with 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 (owner password, user password and permissions)
The 3-Heights Image to PDF Converter can also convert image files from one image type to another, e.g. convert TIFF to JPEG, CCITT4 to JBIG2, etc. Several options are offered with image to image conversions, 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
The 3-Heights Image to PDF Converter API can be used via COM API to support VB, .NET, Delphi, C, etc. applications. There is also an interface available for Java and C. The shell tool can be run from the command line.
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.