## How to convert from EML file to PDF file and attach any files to an existing PDF document (PDF Attachment Packer)?

Hello,

I have an EML file without attachments. This EML should be converted to PDF and afterwards I want to add different documents (tif, png, docx, xlsx, ...) in it's original form to this PDF.

All should be done per command line - do you have the right tool for this demand?

Thank you and kind regards,
Customer
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Thanks for your message, you can use following products to finish EML to PDF conversion and PDF Attachment Packer functions,

1. You can use docPrint Pro v6.0 to convert from EML files to PDF files, please look at following web page for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201304/verypdf-eml-to-pdf-converter-command-line-36242.html

2. You can use "PDF Toolbox Shell" or "Advanced PDF Tools Command Line" to attach any files to an existing PDF document, please look at following web pages for more information,

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## How to convert from PDF to HENHMETAFILE or a byte array instead directly save to an EMF file on disk?

Hello,

I am an engineering manager.

I believe we are currently using in our old product your PDF to TIFF converter.

We have created a new application and we are interested in using your PDF to EMF conversion instead and I have a few questions regarding this:

1) Do you support both x64 and x86 modes?

2) When we convert a file, we would like to keep it in memory in order to do further processing of the EMF file.

As far as I can see in the old version of your SDK it was always saving a converted file? Could we get a HENHMETAFILE or a byte array instead directly without saving/opening the converted file?

3) We would like to perform measurements in the generated EMF file and it seems there is some kind of scale compared to the existing PDF file. How can we get the value of this scale?

Regards,
Customer
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>>1) Do you support both x64 and x86 modes?

Yes, our PDF to Image Converter SDK (or PDF to EMF Converter SDK) does support both x64 and x86 modes.

>>2) When we convert a file, we would like to keep it in memory in order to do further processing of the EMF file.
>>As far as I can see in the old version of your SDK it was always saving a converted file? Could we get a HENHMETAFILE or a byte array instead directly without saving/opening the converted file?

Yes, PDF to Image Converter SDK (or PDF to EMF Converter SDK) does convert PDF file to EMF and put the EMF to a disk file, it can't convert PDF file to a HENHMETAFILE or a byte array yet.

However, if this function is important to you, we can provide a custom-build version of "PDF to EMF Converter SDK" product to you, we will implement "PDF to HENHMETAFILE" function in this custom-build version, please feel free to let us know if you are interest in this custom-build version.

>>3) We would like to perform measurements in the generated EMF file and it seems there is some kind of scale compared to the existing PDF file. How can we get the value of this scale?

The scale is caused by DPI, for example, if you are using 72DPI, the generated EMF file will 100% same as original PDF file, if you are using 300DPI, the scale rate will be 300/72=4.17, you can double compare the EMF file and original PDF file.

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## We receive and save faxes as "plain or image" PDF. We need to OCR, extract a text based on some criteria and insert it into a custom form. We need to use PDF extraction to Text function.

Hi there,

We have a situation and hopefully you can help.

We receive and save faxes as "plain or image" PDF. We need to OCR, extract a text based on some criteria and insert it into a custom form. We need to integrate this functionality into our home made .NET application. So our question is: Do any of your products (probably SDK) can do this? If so which product and what is the price? Can we use demo?

Sorry, one more time:
The PDFs we use are images and the OCR is needed to recognize and read the words in the images and save into text. We need to use just the PDF extraction to Text function and would like to purchase just that part. How much does the license for using just the OCR PDF bit costs?

The license seems to be needed for users to use the OCR function since the program needs to use the license file to run. Can this license file be used for every user in the office?

Thank you.
Customer
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>>Do any of your products (probably SDK) can do this? If so which product and what is the price? Can we use demo?

We suggest you may download and test our "VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter SDK/COM" product, this product is able to convert from scanned image and PDF files to searchable PDF files, you may download it from following web page to try,

The price is $2995.00 for the Developer License (Royalty-free License). >>Sorry, one more time: >>The PDFs we use are images and the OCR is needed to recognize and read the words in the images and save into text. We need to use just the PDF extraction to Text function and would like to purchase just that part. How much does the license for using just the OCR PDF bit costs? You can use "VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter SDK/COM" product to convert PDF and Image files to text files, you may download the trial version from our website to try it by yourself. >>The license seems to be needed for users to use the OCR function since the program needs to use the license file to run. Can this license file be used for every user in the office? Yes, after you purchase the Developer License, the license key can be used for every user in the office, that's no problem. VeryPDF VN:F [1.9.20_1166] Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast) VN:F [1.9.20_1166] Rating: 0 (from 0 votes) Posted in OCR Products | Tagged , | Leave a comment ## Do you have an OCX or DLL to load an existing PDF file and view and print it? Hi, I'm using VB5, I want to be able to load an existing PDF file and view and print it. This is my only requirement, do you have a basic OCX or DLL for this? Thanks Customer -------------------------------------- Yes, we have following products, they will meet your requirements, #1. PDF Viewer OCX Control #2. PDF Editor OCX Control (ActiveX) #3. PDFPrint Command Line You can use #1 (PDF Viewer OCX Control) or #2 (PDF Editor OCX Control (ActiveX)) to view the PDF files, and use #3 (PDFPrint Command Line) to print PDF files, we hope above products will useful to you. VeryPDF VN:F [1.9.20_1166] Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast) VN:F [1.9.20_1166] Rating: 0 (from 0 votes) Posted in PDF Editor, PDF Print, PDF Viewer OCX | | Leave a comment ## I want to use Flash to Image Converter Command Line to batch convert from SWF files to PNG image files Hello, I'm interested to buy a version but I don't know which one is the best for me. I would like to have a version like your CMD version with a batch to convert swf to png. I would like to choose the resolution like in the free trial of the CMD version. With your GUI version we can't choose the resolution. I don't need to use this on a server, it's just to convert swf to png sometimes. Thank you for the answer. Customer ---------------------------------------------- Thanks for your message, you may download and purchase "Flash to Image Converter Command Line" from following web page to try, we hope this product will useful to you, You can use "-res" option to set a DPI for SWF to image conversion, -res <int> : Scale width and height to a specific DPI resolution, assuming input is 1px per pt (default: 72) for example, swf2img2.exe -res 150 C:\in.swf C:\out.png The following is the full command line options for swf2img2.exe application, Product Name: VeryPDF Flash to Image Converter Command Line Product Web Page: http://www.verypdf.com/app/flash-to-image-cmd/ Release Date: Sep 2 2014 Web: http://www.verypdf.com Web: http://www.verydoc.com Support: http://support.verypdf.com Description: Batch convert Flash SWF files to Image files from command line. Usage: swf2img2 [options] <in-file> [<out-file>] -width <int> : Scale output to specific width (proportional unless height specified) -height <int> : Scale output to specific height (proportional unless width specified) -res <int> : Scale width and height to a specific DPI resolution, assuming input is 1px per pt (default: 72) -engine <int> : Set Render Engine, the current version is support 3 different render engines, 0, 1, 2, default is 0 -pages <string> : Render pages in specified range e.g. 9 or 1-20 or 1,4-6,9-11 (default: all pages) -skip : Skip existing output files, don't overwrite it -v : Print copyright and version info -h : Print usage information -help : Print usage information --help : Print usage information -? : Print usage information -$ <string>     : Input registration key
Example:
swf2img2.exe C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe C:\*.swf C:\*.png
swf2img2.exe -width 100 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -height 100 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -width 100 -height 100 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -res 150 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -engine 0 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -engine 1 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -engine 2 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -pages 1-20 C:\in.swf C:\out.png
swf2img2.exe -pages 1,4-6,9-11 C:\in.swf C:\out.png

The following is the full command line options for swf2img.exe application,

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Email: support@verydoc.com

SWF to Image Converter Command Line examples:

swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.png"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test-%04d.png"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test-%04d.png" -width 800 -height 600
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test-%04d.png" -width -1 -height -1
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test-%04d.png" -timer 1000
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test-%04d.png" -hidewindow
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test-%04d.png" -\$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.gif"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.tif"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.pcx"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.bmp"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.jpg"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.tga"
swf2img.exe -in "D:\temp\test.swf" -out "D:\out\test.mng"

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