VeryPDF PCL Converter

This product was purchased by a company I support.  Currently we’re passing .PCL to it to produce a PDF.  Your product works beautifully.  Recently the client has requested include and image or logo in the document.  Do you have a recommended method for handling this? 

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi, 

Thanks for your message, you can use PCL to PDF Converter to convert your PCL file to PDF file first, then you can use our PDF Stamp Command Line or PDF Stamp SDK to add the stamps or logos to the resultant PDF file, the PDF Stamp product can be downloaded from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/pdfstamp/index.htm#dl

VeryPDF
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Thank you for the information regarding the PDF Stamp Program.  I downloaded your DEMO and it worked perfectly.  However, the image that it stamps onto the PDF comes out VERY grainy.  If I open the image in paint, photoshop or fireworks it’s hi-res and looks great.  I’ve tried resizing the image and changing the file extension from .JPG to .PNG and to a .TIF.  My results are all the same…

I’m extremely interested in purchasing this product but want to make sure I can get a high clarity image to merge on the .PDF document.
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Can you please email to us your sample image file in question? After we reproduced your problem in our system, we will figure out a solution to you shortly.

VeryPDF
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Attached.

Thank you,
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The resolution of this image is too low, you need use a high resolution JPEG file as stamp, for example, a high quality JPEG file at 300DPI or 600DPI, you can stamp this high quality JPEG file to PDF file perfectly.

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