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PDF Quick Converter

by soft Xpansion

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

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

Features

PDF Quick Converter - a special converting library for PDF files. It provides a possibility to generate a PDF file from plain text, RTF file or images (BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG, TIFF, WMF, EMF, TGA, PCX, PCD, JPEG2000, JBIG2) with just one click. For images in TIFF format multiple page format as well as special monochrome formats for scanner (CCITT3, CCITT4) have been supported. Also back converting is possible: export PDF pages as images in desirable resolution and format (BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG, TIFF, WMF, EMF, TGA, JPEG2000).

The library converts selected files in PDF document pages and selected PDF document pages in many different types of image files. In order to work with PDF files the library uses our another libraries - PDF Direct and PDF Quick View. This provides a high quality and a high speed of exporting and importing documents.

The library is easy-to-use and it does not require having additional software components besides those that are already installed with Windows.

You can customize a converting process by setting different parameters. For example, when importing in PDF format you can set a page size and a paragraph size; or you can set a DPI value of raster formats when exporting from PDF format.

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