PDF Linearization Optimizer Command Line is developed for optimizing PDF for web view. For large PDF files and low speed net connections, viewing PDF from a web server is time-consuming. This application can regroup the elements of a PDF file, and make all the information for displaying the first page located at the beginning of the file. On a byte serving supported web server, optimized PDF displays the first page without transferring all the PDF pages to the browser.
This application does not need any third-party PDF editing software for optimization. Note that the file size is larger before linearization is because that additional information needs to be added into the PDF file.
Supported by Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7.
Several linearization modes
- PDF Linearization Optimizer Command Line provides five different linearization modes (option "-mode"). You can choose the most proper one to linearize your PDF.
Free command line operation
- This application is for MS-DOS command line prompt interface use. With command line, you can freely control the input and output files with manual control or scripts.
- Under a Server License, you can run and call this application on your server. With a Developer License, you can code this application to implement the same function of it and redistribute with royalty-free.
Features of PDF Linearization Optimizer Command Line
- No need for any PDF editing software.
- Easy command line use.
- Provide several linearization modes.
- Skip optimized PDF files (option "-skip" to omit existing optimized file).