PDF to Image SDK folder structure

thanks for the quick response. Could I ask a quick follow on question?

It seems that the SDK includes a lot of new files and I just need to know which files are required for production deployment. With the previous version we really just pushed out the .dll files and that appeared to be sufficient.

So, with this new version, are there any additional files that should be included. Our only function is to convert PDF to PNG files, and will obviously prefer the minimum file set.
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You need put following DLL files to your production server,

pdf2image.dll
cimage.dll
pvsdk.ini
encoding\*.*

then you can call pdf2image.dll from your code to convert PDF files to image files properly.

VeryPDF
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Thanks for the information. We’re going to go ahead and give the new version a try. Let me just verify that I have the file placement correct - that I will place everything relative to our .exe, in a common directory, as shown here:

pdf2png.exe     -- Our executable
pdf2image.dll
cimage.dll
pvsdk.ini
encoding\*.*   -- The complete directory
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Yes, your folder structure is correct, you can run your pdf2png.exe without any problem now.

VeryPDF
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