PCL Converter

Pcl Converter Tiff Result Gray & Text Mapping

Hello,

I have bought the PclConverter Console Developer Version. I am having the problem that if i convert files to tif they are converted to Black/White while if i export the pcl as a jpeg/pdf it is Fullcolor as expected.

Another problem I am having is that the font mapping for pdf files does not work properly. It only outputs dashes "_" instead of the real text.

Command for PCL to TIF file:

pcltool.exe -width 7014 -height 4962 -xres 600 -yres 600 "C:\Test\00009.pcl" "C:\Test\00009.tif"

Command for PCL to PDF file:

pcltool.exe -mapfont default -width 7014 -height 4962 -xres 600 -yres 600 "C:\Test\00009.pcl" "C:\Test\00009.tif"

In addition to that even if I input the correct width and height i get a wrong width and height in the result.

The resulting Pdf File (Incorrect width and height, no Text elements as in the original printed document).

Kind regards
Customer
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>>I have bought the PclConverter Console Developer Version. I am having the problem that if i convert files to tif they are converted to Black/White while if i export the pcl as a jpeg/pdf it is Fullcolor as expected.

Thanks for your message, you can run following command line to convert your PCL file to full color TIFF file,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PCL Converter v2.7\pcltool.exe" -xres 600 -yres 600 -bitcount 24 D:\downloads\00009.pcl D:\downloads\00009.tif

or, you can run following command line to convert your PCL file to PDF file,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PCL Converter v2.7\pcltool.exe" -xres 600 -yres 600 -bitcount 24 D:\downloads\00009.pcl D:\downloads\00009.pdf

>>Another problem i am having is that the font mapping for pdf files does not work properly. It only outputs dashes "_" instead of the real text.

Could you please send to us the sample PCL file and tell us what font do you want to replace? after we test your PCL file, we will figure out a solution to you asap.

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PCL Converter

How to convert from PCL files to PDF/A files?

Hello Madams and Sirs,

Is it possible to create PDF/A documents with PDF PCL Converter? I'm using v.2.7. It creates PDF Documents of PDF-version 1.5, but they seem not to fit PDF/A requirements. How can I achieve that?

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pcl-converter/try-and-buy.html

And another question is how to use the mapfont option correctly? I tried it but it seemed to have no effect. But I have to use the mapfont option to get the fonts embedded, is this right?

Customer
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>>Is it possible to create PDF/A documents with PDF PCL Converter? I'm using v.2.7. It creates PDF Documents of PDF-version 1.5, but they seem not to fit PDF/A requirements. How can I achieve that?

Thanks for your message, VeryPDF PCL to PDF Converter doesn't support PDF/A creation yet. However, you may download "VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line" from this web page to convert from a normal PDF files to PDF/A files, we hope this software will useful to you,

https://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-pdfa.html

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>>And another question is how to use the mapfont option correctly? I tried it but it seemed to have no effect. But I have to use the mapfont option to get the fonts embedded, is this right?

You can run following command lines to use mapfont.ini file,

pcltool.exe -mapfont "mapfont.ini" C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont default C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont "C:\mapfont.ini" C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont "C:\mapfont.ini" -embedfonts yes C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf
pcltool.exe -mapfont "C:\mapfont.ini" -embedfonts no C:\in.pcl C:\out.pdf

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What are best settings to get the highest quality image at output from HTML flies?

Hi there, I am using VeryPDF HTML Converter GUI v2.0. What are best settings to get the highest quality image at output from HTML flies? I mean for example image resolution and other ones,

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http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe

after you download and install "Document Converter (docPrint Pro) v8.0" software, you may run following command line to convert a web page to high quality JPG/PNG/TIFF/GIF image files properly,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v8.0\doc2pdf.exe" -r 300 -i http://www.verypdf.com/ -o D:\downloads\out.jpg

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v8.0\doc2pdf.exe" -r 300 -i http://www.verypdf.com/ -o D:\downloads\out.png

"C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v8.0\doc2pdf.exe" -r 300 -i http://www.verypdf.com/ -o D:\downloads\out.tif

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OCR Products

How to convert characters which rendered embed fonts and subset fonts to editable Word document?

Hi,
I'm afraid my question must not have been clear. I have restated them hoping for resolution.

1. I wanted to know why my API calls were not able to read the file I attached earlier. It works with other files but the attached file does not work. You have given me a work around but I want to know why they don't work with this file. Is this something that's going to be fixed? Is the problem with the fonts?

2. The second question wasn't about using my API commands. I know how to use them. I've been using them for years. They do work except for on the attached file. The question was are there api calls to do the following:

ocr2any.exe -ocr -ocrmode 2 D:\test.pdf D:\out.pdf

Can this only be done from the command line or by Shell() type api calls?

3. So for what I need to do I need to purchase the Server License or the Developer License?

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>>1. I wanted to know why my API calls were not able to read the file I attached earlier. It works with other files but the attached file does not work. You have given me a work around but I want to know why they don't work with this file. Is this something that's going to be fixed? Is the problem with the fonts?

Yes, this problem is caused by embedded fonts in your PDF file. Your PDF file contains embedded fonts, the characters which rendered by these embedded fonts could not be extracted properly. You may open this PDF file in Adobe PDF Reader, select all text contents and copy/paste them into MS Word, you will notice the extracted characters are become garbage characters.

In order to convert this PDF file to Word document, you may use VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter Command Line, you may download it from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/ocr-to-any-converter-cmd/try-and-buy.html
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/ocr2any_cmd.zip

after you download it, you can run following command line to convert your PDF file to Word document with a good OCR engine,

ocr2any.exe -ocr2 D:\downloads\input.pdf D:\out.doc

Above Command Line will use OCR engine to convert all characters from your PDF file to an editable Word document, the OCR accuracy should larger than 98% at least.

>>2. The second question wasn't about using my API commands. I know how to use them. I've been using them for years. They do work except for on the attached file. The question was are there api calls to do the following:
>>ocr2any.exe -ocr -ocrmode 2 D:test.pdf D:out.pdf
>>Can this only be done from the command line or by Shell() type api calls?

Thanks for your message, ocr2any.exe is a Command Line application, you can run it by manual in the Command Line Windows, you can also call it from your VB code by Shell() function.

If you wish call a DLL Library instead of ocr2any.exe, you may download "VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter SDK/COM" from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/ocr-to-any-converter-cmd/try-and-buy.html#buysdk

"VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter SDK/COM" is a DLL Library, you can call it from VB, VB.NET, C#, C++, PHP, ASP, etc. program languages directly.

>>3. So for what I need to do I need to purchase the Server License or the Developer License?

You can choose either Server License or Developer License according to your requirements.

Server License: It can be run on one server/computer with any number of users, it is licensed by per production server/computer (you needn't pay for development/test and backup servers), you will need to purchase a server license for each production server/computer you wish to run Server License on. Server License can be run Windows NT Server, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 Server etc. server systems. After you purchase a server license for a server, all users on this server will able to use this product without any restrictions.

Please notice: Server License is can only be accessed by all users or applications which reside in this server, you can't place the exe file on a shared folder and use it from several clients. If you wish to use it by this method, you will need to purchase a developer license or purchase a license for each client, and register the software from each client, then each client will able to use the software without any license problem.

Developer License (Royalty Free License): It can be run on any number of servers or computers with any number of users, it is licensed by per developer. Developer License is royalty free for runtime desktop redistribution. Developer License does cover the Server License.

If you wish run our product (Command Line or SDK or COM) on lots of computers, you need purchase Developer License (Royalty Free License), once you purchase the Developer License, you can run our product on any number of computers, you can also integrate our product with your application and distribute it with your own application royalty free.

However, if you will run our product on one server only, the one server license will enough to you, you may choose proper license according to how many computers that you will run our product on.

You may look at full license agreement from following page,

http://www.verypdf.com/custom/license_agreement.htm

If you need Maintenance Service, please refer to our support options from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/custom/maintenance.htm

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How to convert from PDF files to Plain Text files from my VB application?

A couple follow up questions:

1. Can you tell me why my API commands for this don't work and, is there a future plan to make it work? I'm using the VB API's shown below.

Private Declare Function PDF2TextBuffer Lib "pdf2txt.dll" (ByVal pdfFile As String, ByRef lngBufferSize As Long) As Long
Private Declare Function pdf2txt Lib "pdf2txt.dll" Alias "PDF2TXT" (ByVal Source As String, ByVal Dest As String) As Long

2. Do the below commands exist in an API or do I have to call the command line utility from my existing code?

3. The intent is our server machine would perform this work. That means shipping the exe if there is no API. Can you give me a price for both approaches please? Would this be considered a Server License for 395.00 or a Developer (Royalty free) License for 1995.00. I'm not clear. I believe I need the Developer's License.

Thanks so much for your help.
Customer
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>>1. Can you tell me why my API commands for this don't work and, is there a future plan to make it work? I'm using the VB API's shown below.
>>Private Declare Function PDF2TextBuffer Lib "pdf2txt.dll" (ByVal pdfFile As String, ByRef lngBufferSize As Long) As Long
>>Private Declare Function pdf2txt Lib "pdf2txt.dll" Alias "PDF2TXT" (ByVal Source As String, ByVal Dest As String) As Long

Thanks for your message, your code is no problem. However, if you are using the VB.NET, you may change from "Long" to "Integer" to try again, for example,

Private Declare Function PDF2TextBuffer Lib "pdf2txt.dll" (ByVal pdfFile As String, ByRef lngBufferSize As Long) As Integer
Private Declare Function pdf2txt Lib "pdf2txt.dll" Alias "PDF2TXT" (ByVal Source As String, ByVal Dest As String) As Integer

>>2. Do the below commands exist in an API or do I have to call the command line utility from my existing code?

Yes, PDF2TextBuffer and pdf2txt two functions are exist in the "pdf2txt.dll" library, you can call them from your VB or VB.NET code directly.

You can also call pdf2txt.exe Command Line application directly, this is another solution for you.

>>3. The intent is our server machine would perform this work. That means shipping the exe if there is no API. Can you give me a price for both approaches please? Would this be considered a Server License for 395.00 or a Developer (Royalty free) License for 1995.00. I'm not clear. I believe I need the Developer's License.

Thanks for your message, yes, for the "VeryPDF OCR to Any Converter Command Line" software, the Server License is $395.00 per server and Developer License is USD$1995.00 per developer, you may purchase it from our website directly,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/ocr-to-any-converter-cmd/try-and-buy.html#buy

You can use Shell() or CreateProcess() function in VB or VB.NET to run ocr2any.exe directly, this method is very easy for you.

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