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Visual Integrity offers a comprehensive set of PDF tools for Linux developers and system integrators. These include a complete API for PDF Conversion, PDF Creation, and PDF Object Data Access (PDF Custom SDK) as well as a straightforward command-line tool for PDF processing and automation.
The PDF Conversion Server for Linux gives you total control over your server-side PDF processing, workflows and web services. Use it to create, convert, and modify PDF documents via the straightforward command-line interface combined with your favorite scripting language. Easily automate receipt, processing, and modification of PDFs. It's ideal for batch jobs, watch folder workflows, and high-volume enterprise automation. Use it to build high-performance, reliable Linux servers for processing PDF forms, generating dynamic reports, processing, converting, and modifying PDFs.
If you are looking to manipulate PDF files, you've found the solution! Our modular PDF SDK for Linux offers PDF creation and conversion. It goes further than other PDF libraries by giving you granular access to PDF object data. All elements, objects, attributes, and text are exposed so that you can manipulate and modify PDFs. Modules Include the PDF Creation SDK, the PDF Conversion SDK and the PDF Custom SDK.
Add PDF features to your applications or embed them in server-side processes and workflows. All of the Visual Integrity end-user programs are built using our PDF SDK framework. It's multi-platform - available on Linux as well as Windows and MacOS without any dependencies on print drivers, external programs, or open-source software.
The Conversion Server was one of our first products, released for UNIX and Linux back in 1994. It was used primarily to convert PostScript files into editable vector formats for technical publishing and to automate PDF to image for fax and archive applications. Today, PDF has replaced PostScript as the page format standard. All of our tools support all PDF versions through today's standard PDF 2.0.
Visual integrity's PDF tools run on most Linux distros including Red Hat, CentOS, IBM Linux (Red Hat), Oracle Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE, Fedora, and Mint. Compatible with all current distros and many previous versions such as CentOS 6.