PDF Compressor Issues

We’ve just bought a server copy of PDF Compressor to try and reduce the size of our archive of PDFs.  However I noticed when running it that it seems to have some other undesirable effects.

If I use the following command line to compress images and fonts:

Pdfcompressor.exe -ci jpg -cidown -cidownres 150 -cidowntype 3 -gi jpg -gidown -gidownres 150 -gidowntype 3 -mi jbig2 -midown -midownres 150 -midowntype 3 -subsetfonts -compressfonts  input.pdf output.pdf

I find the following has also happened:

- Removed Title, Author, Keywords and Subject properties
- Replaced the ‘Application’ and ‘PDF Producer’ properties with ‘VeryPDF’
- Reset the PDF version to 1.5

This seems to happen with every PDF.  Is this intentional?  I can’t afford to lose the properties of our PDFs!

Thank you for your assistance,
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We have fixed this problem, please download the new version from following URL,

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please use new version to overwrite old version of pdf compressor.exe file, you will get it work properly.

VeryPDF
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Thank you - I've tried the new version, unfortunately it is still removing the Title, Author etc.  Attached is a sample PDF I am trying to process.  It has a title ("MGN 432 (M+F) Safety during transfers of persons to and from ships") and an author - R4S.  Running pdf compressor removes both.

Can you help?
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We have fixed this problem to you, please download the new version from following URL to try again,

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VeryPDF
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Excellent! That is working perfectly now.

Many thanks for your help
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Thank you for your message, if we can be of any other assistance, please feel free to let us know.

VeryPDF

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