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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