The Ideal PDF SDK
The PDF Pro Series SDK offers unparalleled value and performance for Windows developers. In just two calls, the power-packed DLL is ready to go. Set custom conversion parameters using an easy-to-edit configuration file and the implementation is complete. It’s that easy! In no time, an application will support PDF import and export to all industry standard vector and raster formats. Text extraction, both stripped and formatted is also possible. Designed for corporate developers and light commercial use, the PDF Pro Series SDK is value priced. If you need a commercial, multi-platform or enterprise SDK, see FLY SDK.
PDF Pro SDK Features
Input format: PDF Output formats:
- Image Formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP
- Text Extraction SDK – ASCII, supports Unicode
- CAD/Engineering Formats – DXF, HPGL, CGM
- Web Vector Formats: SVG, Web CGM
- Metafiles – WMF or EMF
- Print/Exchange formats: PDF, PostScript or EPS
- Simple API/DLL easy-to-edit Options file
- Extensive control over conversion parameters.
- Custom development can be arranged (customization, feature extensions)
- Supports many mission-critical enterprise level processes such as digital archival, compliancy and regulatory applications, workflow automation, Web and print publishing and on-demand services.
- Options to map, reference, substitute or outline Type 1 and TrueType fonts to compensate for font mismatches between source and target systems
- Sample code and example GUI implementations
- Free integration assistance prior to purchase
- Supports all PDF levels
PDF Pro SDK is unparalleled in price/performance value. It’s easy to implement too. Just two library calls and some profile work is all that’s needed to import PDF files and transform them into the format you require. Runs on Microsoft Windows systems. Products in the PDF Pro SDK family include:
Add PDF import to your application in two calls with pdf2cad Pro SDK. Simple, proven and accurate PDF to DXF via DLL or from CL. Includes 50 end-user runtime licenses or one limited production server license (max 10,000 files per year).$995
pdf2image Pro SDK is a VB/C++ DLL that converts PDF into JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP and 8-bit color TIFF. Easy 2-step integration. Ideal for corporate developers. Includes 50 end-user run-time licenses or 1 production license (max 10,000 files per year).$495
pdf2picture Pro SDK is a VB/C++ DLL that converts PDF to WMF, EMF, JPEG, GIF and PNG. Ideal for small-scale projects. Includes 50 end-user runtimes or one production license limited to 10,000 files per year.$995
pdf2svg Pro SDK enables developers to import PDF files and convert them into the SVG format with just two calls. Includes 50 end-user runtime licenses or one limited production server license (max 10,000 files per year).$995
pdf2text Pro SDK enables programmers to extract text from PDF files with formatting, stripped or as excerpts. Uses proven, high-performance C/C++ libraries. Includes 50 end-user runtimes or a 10,000 file/yr production license.$495
pdf2tiff Pro SDK enables programmers to integrate PDF to TIFF functionality, quickly and easily using its proven, high-performance C/C++ libraries. Includes 50 end-user runtimes or a limited production license (10,000 file annual limit).$495
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How PDF Pro SDK works…
PDF Pro SDK is very powerful conversion engine yet simple to integrate into your application code. Only two API calls are needed to convert to any of the vector or bitmap output formats, Below is an example:
Convert 4dbar.pdf to 4dbar.png using the pdf2xxx.ini configuration file VgPsLoadOptions(PDF2XXX, “pdf2xxx.ini”); VgPsBitmapConvert(“4dbar.pdf”, “4dbar.png”, PNG, NULL);
The first API call refers to the configuration file (pdf2xxx.ini) which can be edited simply with a text editor such as Notepad. It contains instructions on how to perform the conversion and which attributes to apply. A few line look like this:
tiff_dpi(150)tiff_compress(LZW)tiff_bpp(“colormap”)digitspage_number(0)firstpage_number(0)color_mode(IMGCUSTOM)image_quality_factor(100)gif_transparencycolor(255, 255, 255)jpg_cmyk(0)image_pdfcrop(0)image_size(SCALE, 640, 480)multipagetiff(0)tiff_cmyk(0)