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3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter Service

by pdf-tools.com

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

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

Features

With the 3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter Service you can:

  • Install a Windows NT Service Process for converting PDF files to images
  • Start and stop the service through the Windows services control window
  • Control the service through a command line interface
  • Configure any number of converter threads
  • Configure a watched folder per thread
  • Configure individual conversion options per watched folder

The following options can be configured:

  • Select the output image file type: TIFF, JPEG, JPEG2000, JBIG2, PNG, GIF, PBM, BMP, EPS
  • Select individual pages for conversion
  • Set the page mode (fit page, true size, center)
  • Set the page dimensions in points or pixels
  • Set the resolution in DPI's
  • Set the image format (bitonal, grayscale, color)
  • Set the dithering mode for bitonal images (Foyd Steinberg)
  • Set various rendering options such as image filters

Additional options, depending on the image format selected, include:

  • Create single or multi-page images
  • Convert PDF to CCITT Fax image files
  • Set the image quality
  • Set the compression (JPEG, ZIP, LZW, Group3, Group4)

The 3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter is also available as an application SDK to integrate in VB, .NET, Delphi, C, Java, etc. applications, and as a shell tool executable from the command line.

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