Image2PDF OCR Command Line v3.2 Question.

I have downloaded the trial version of Image2PDF OCR Command Line and had a go at OCRing some PDFs. The program converts all the PDFs to black and white. It doesn’t do this with Tiffs. Can you please tell me if this is a limitation or if I am doing something incorrect? The command line I am using looks like:

"C:\Image2pdf\Img2PDF.exe -x 1 -o FileOut  FileIn

Thanks,
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Yes, our Image2PDF OCR Command Line will convert all color PDF pages to black and white pages, it can't keep the colors during OCR process.

We are planning keep the color information in the next version of Image to PDF OCR Command Line product, we will let you know after new version is ready.

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Problem with VeryPDF PCL Converter v2.0

Hello,
please find attached a sample pcl-file plus the with VeryPDF generated PDF-File.
By the way, if the search funktion is able to find text, is it also possible to identify used fonts in the PDF?

(See attached file: TundA_ls000fu01v01.PCL)
(See attached file: TundA_ls000fu01v01.pdf)
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Hi,

We have checked both PCL and PDF files in your email, this PDF file does use Type3 fonts, the characters which are render by Type3 fonts can’t be copied out, this is the reason of this problem. You can re-create your PCL files with non-Type3 fonts, then you will able to convert these PCL files to searchable PDF files correctly.

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Technical Questions on VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line

Ladies and gentlemen,

We are a Software-OEM and offer products to Customers. Currently we are working on a program to output PDF-files to Windows printers. We found your website and read about your product "VeryPDF PDF Print Command Line".

According to the documentation, most of the features we are looking for, are covered by this product. However there are three issues we would like to ask you about:

1. Several paper sizes in one document
As far as we understand the documentation, only one paper size per document is supported (i.e. the size of the first page of the PDF file). The files we have to print have different paper sizes (The documents include technical drawings in a wide range of formats). We need a way to set the paper size (and the related information like paper bin) for each page of the document individually.
2. Windows print job id
As a return parameter we need the ID of the Windows print job, to be able to monitor the job until it is finished.
3. Cancel print job in spooler
We also need the ability to cancel a print job from our software.

Are these features supported in your software? If not, would you offer them as enhancements? How much would these features cost?

In your price list you mention a software development kit. Could you provide further information on this?
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PDFPrint Command Line will resize all PDF pages to fit printer's paper size automatically, it will also rotate landscape PDF pages automatically, you needn't change the paper size to each page during printing.

PDFPrint SDK Version is a DLL Library for Developers, you can call PDFPrint SDK from your code to print the PDF files directly. PDFPrint SDK and PDFPrint Command Line are two different products for different users.

>>2. Windows print job id
>>As a return parameter we need the ID of the Windows print job, to be able to monitor the job until it is finished.
>>3. Cancel print job in spooler
>>We also need the ability to cancel a print job from our software.
>>Are these features supported in your software? If not, would you offer them as enhancements? How much would these features cost?

Our PDFPrint Command Line product hasn't above functions now, however, we are planning suppot above functions in the future releases, we will let you know after new version is ready.

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Overlay function in PCL Converter

Hi Support,

I just purchased your server product to create invoice pdfs using an invoice pdf template and a pcl file. I do this on the command line and I issue the following command:

pcltool.exe -template temp.pdf test.pcl test.pdf

This results in:

My invoice has designs on it so when I use the template feature, the words on the invoice are overlayed with the designs. Is there anyway that my pcl file can overlay the invoice pdf template or perhaps you have a better way of doing this?

Thank you,

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Hi,

Please add -templateatbottom parameter to try, this parameter will able to set template PDF page at bottom,

pcltool.exe -templateatbottom -template temp.pdf test.pcl test.pdf

Thank you!

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I just testing this and it works. I didn’t see that command in your documentation, is this a new command (templateatbottom)?

Thank you,
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-templateatbottom is not a new parameter, you can see all command line parameters when you run following command line in CMD window,

"C:\Program Files\VeryPDF PCL Converter v2.0\pcltool.exe"

Pcltool.exe has following parameters for “template”,

  -template <string>         : Overlay template PDF file on all pages
  -templatefirst <string>    : Overlay template PDF file on page #1
  -templatefollowing <string>: Overlay template PDF file on page #2,#3,...,#end
  -templateatbottom          : Set template PDF page at bottom

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Convert HTML files to PDF files

Hi,

I need to convert HTML files to PDF from a windows command line on a server without any user interaction.

Which verypdf product might be best for me?

Solution 1: DocConverter COM (HTML2PDF.exe) + PDFcamp Printer

or

Solution 2: VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line (htmltools.exe)

Regards,

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Hi,

These products are all can convert HTML file to PDF file from command line.

>>Solution 1: DocConverter COM (HTML2PDF.exe) + PDFcamp Printer

The DocConverter COM (HTML2PDF.exe) + PDFcamp Printer solution will use virtual printer technology to convert HTML file to PDF file, it will 100% convert all contents from your HTML file to PDF file, it can support Javascript, Java Applet, SVG, Flash and iFrame codes during HTML to PDF conversion.

For example, you can run following command line to convert a HTML file which contains Javascript, Java Applet, SVG, Flash or iFrame codes to PDF file,

(You need wait more than 10000 millisecond before convert such HTML files)

"html2pdf.exe" "C:/javascript_test.htm" "C:/output.pdf" "EnableSupportApplet=yes,DelayTimeForPrintApplet=10000"

>>Solution 2: VeryPDF HTML Converter Command Line (htmltools.exe)

htmltools.exe does render the HTML file to PDF file directly, it is not depend on virtual printer, its speed it better, but it doesn't support Flash and ActiveX which embedded in your HTML page.

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