PDF to Any Converter, VeryPDF SDK & COM

Do you have a SDK product or DLL Library which can convert from PDF files to many other formats?

Hello, I saw your website has lots of products, do you have a SDK product or DLL Library which can perform all these tasks?

Customer
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Thanks for your message, VeryPDF has lots of products, do you want a SDK or DLL Library to convert from PDF format to more target formats? if yes, we have a “VeryPDF PDF to Any Converter SDK” product, this product can be used to convert from PDF files to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, HTML, XML, PostScript, EPS, plain text and various image formats, like TIFF, JPEG, TGA, PNG, GIF, BMP, and PNM (PPM, PBM, and PPM), etc. formats, we hope this product may useful to you, you may download the trial version of “VeryPDF PDF to Any Converter SDK” product from this web page to try,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-to-any-converter/try-and-buy.html#buy-sdk

VeryPDF PDF to Any Converter SDK is developed for converting PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, HTML, XML, PostScript, EPS, plain text and image, like TIFF, JPEG, TGA, PNG, GIF, BMP, and PNM (PPM, PBM, and PPM). To different target formats, this DLL SDK Library provides corresponding conversion options. Developers can set color depth, page size, resolution, compression algorithm, and so on. Developers can also specify the page range to convert. For encrypted PDF, Developers can provide the password and convert the PDF.

VeryPDF PDF to Any Converter SDK supports following options and functions,

Software: VeryPDF PDF to Any Converter Command Line
Web: http://www.verypdf.com
Web: http://www.verydoc.com
Support: http://support.verypdf.com
Email: support@verypdf.com
VeryPDF PDF to Any Converter Command Line v3.50
Batch convert PDF files to PDF, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX, RTF, TXT, HTML, XML, Image, etc. formats.
Copyright 1996-2020 VeryPDF.com Inc.
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Support input format:
  1. PDF: Adobe Acrobat PDF file format
Support output format:
  1. Adobe Acrobat PDF file format (PDF)
  2. Office Word format (DOC, DOCX, RTF)
  3. Office Excel format (XLS, XLSX)
  4. Office PowerPoint format (PPT, PPTX)
  5. HTML format (HTML)
  6. XML format (XML)
  7. Plain Text format (TXT)
  8. Postscript format (PS)
  9. Encapsulated PostScript format (EPS)
10. Windows Enhanced Metafile format (EMF)
11. Windows Icon format (ICO)
12. Windows Image formats (TIF, JPG, PNG, TGA, GIF, BMP)
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Usage: pdf2any.exe [options] <Input-file> <Output-file>
  -f <int>                            : first page to convert
  -l <int>                            : last page to convert
  -pagerange <string>                 : set page range when render PDF file to image file
  -opw <string>                       : owner password (for encrypted files)
  -upw <string>                       : user password (for encrypted files)
  -r <int>                            : resolution, in DPI (default is 150)
  -xres <int>                         : x resolution, in DPI (default is 150)
  -yres <int>                         : y resolution, in DPI (default is 150)
  -w <int>                            : set image width, unit is pixel
  -width <int>                        : set image width, unit is pixel, same as -w
  -h <int>                            : set image height, unit is pixel
  -height <int>                       : set image height, unit is pixel, same as -h
  -resizetofit1                       : resize all image files to fit first image’s width and height
  -mono                               : generate a monochrome image file
  -gray                               : generate a grayscale image file
  -color24to8                         : convert 24bit color to 8bit color image file
  -dither <int>                       : enable or disable dithering when reduce the number of bits per pixel to bit (1, 4 or 8)
   -dither 0: Disable dithering
   -dither 1: Floyd & Steinberg error diffusion
   -dither 2: BAYER4x4, Bayer dot dithering (order 2 dithering matrix)
   -dither 3: BAYER8x8, Bayer dot dithering (order 3 dithering matrix)
   -dither 4: CLUSTER6x6, Clustered dot dithering (order 3 – 6×6 matrix)
   -dither 5: CLUSTER8x8, Clustered dot dithering (order 4 – 8×8 matrix)
   -dither 6: CLUSTER16x16, Clustered dot dithering (order 8 – 16×16 matrix)
   -dither 7: BAYER16x16, Bayer dot dithering (order 4 dithering matrix)
  -compress <int>                     : set compression to TIFF format:
   -compress 1     : NONE compression
   -compress 2     : CCITT modified Huffman RLE
   -compress 3     : CCITT Group 3 fax encoding (1d)
   -compress 4     : CCITT Group 4 fax encoding
   -compress 5     : LZW compression
   -compress 6     : OJPEG compression
   -compress 7     : JPEG DCT compression
   -compress 8     : ADOBE_DEFLATE compression
   -compress 32773 : PACKBITS compression
   -compress 32809 : THUNDERSCAN compression
   -compress 32946 : DEFLATE compression
   -compress 88880 : 204×98  G4 ClassF TIFF
   -compress 88881 : 204×196 G4 ClassF TIFF
   -compress 88882 : 204×98  G3 ClassF TIFF
   -compress 88883 : 204×196 G3 ClassF TIFF
   -compress 88884 : CCITT Group 3 fax encoding (2d)
  -quality <int>                      : set quality to JPEG format, from 0 to 100
  -multipage                          : create multipage TIFF file
  -aa <string>                        : enable font anti-aliasing: yes, no
  -aavec <string>                     : enable vector anti-aliasing: yes/no, default is ‘yes’
  -aaVector <string>                  : enable vector anti-aliasing: yes, no
  -forcebwtif                         : force to create black and white TIFF files
  -threshold <int>                    : lightness threshold that used to convert image to B&W
  -forcexdpi <int>                    : force to set X DPI to image file
  -forceydpi <int>                    : force to set Y DPI to image file
  -tempname <string>                  : set filename template for output image files
  -tempname1                          : apply filename template for single image file
  -usepagenoinfilename                : apply filename template for single image file
  -trimimage                          : trim output image files, remove margins from output image files
  -rotate <int>                       : rotate output image file at special angle
  -onechar <int>                      : create HTML files char by char
  -oneword <int>                      : create HTML files word by word
  -getpagecount                       : get page count from PDF file
  -htmlnoimg                          : remove images from HTML files
  -htmlformat                         : output text information in HTML format
  -xmlformat                          : output text information in HTML format
  -htmlmode <int>                     : 0 will output to complicated HTML file, 1 will output to simple HTML file
  -htmlimgpos                         : Include image positions in output HTML files
  -htmlimgnotext                      : Do NOT show text in background image
  -htmlimgtwo                         : Create two images at one time, one is contain text contents, another is not contain text contents
  -showinvisibletext <int>            : show or hide the text contents which render by render3 mode
  -htmltextoffsetx <int>              : set offset X for HTML text
  -htmltextoffsety <int>              : set offset Y for HTML text
  -htmlimageoffsetx <int>             : set offset X for HTML Image
  -htmlimageoffsety <int>             : set offset Y for HTML Image
  -pdf2table                          : maintain original physical layout in PDF to Text conversion
  -table                              : maintain original physical layout in PDF to Text conversion
  -layout2                            : maintain original physical layout in PDF to Text conversion
  -appendtextfile                     : append to existing text file instead of overwrite
  -getpdfsummary                      : get pdf summary
  -setpageseparator <string>          : set page separator
  -layout                             : maintain original physical layout in PDF to Text conversion
  -fixed <fp>                         : assume fixed-pitch (or tabular) text
  -htmlmeta                           : generate a simple HTML file, including the meta information
  -enc <string>                       : output text encoding name
  -eol <string>                       : output end-of-line convention (unix, dos, or mac)
  -nopgbrk                            : don’t insert page breaks between pages in PDF to Text conversion
  -crop <string>                      : Crop PDF pages
  -SplitPageIfWidthLargerThan <int>   : Split the PDF Page if its width larger than a value
  -splitpagecmd <string>              : Split all PDF Pages by a cmd, e.g., halfh, halfv, etc.
  -resizepaper <string>               : Resize PDF paper to a proper paper size, e.g., -resizepaper “595×842”
  -pagemanager <string>               : Manage PDF pages, such as rotate, resize, etc.
  -showinfo                           : Show information of PDF pages
  -skip                               : don’t overwrite an output file if it already exists
  -h                                  : print usage information
  -help                               : print usage information
  –help                              : print usage information
  -?                                  : print usage information
  -$ <string>                         : input your license key
Examples:
   pdf2any.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
   pdf2any.exe -$ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.html”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xml”
   pdf2any.exe -htmlformat “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xml”
   pdf2any.exe -htmlmode 1 “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xml”
   pdf2any.exe -f 1 -l 10 -htmlimgpos -htmlformat “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xml”
   pdf2any.exe -htmlimgnotext -htmlimgpos -htmlformat “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xml”
   pdf2any.exe -htmlimgtwo -htmlimgpos -htmlformat “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xml”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.docx”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.doc”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.xls”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.pptx”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.rtf”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.txt”
   pdf2any.exe -layout “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.txt”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.tif”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.jpg”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.png”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.tga”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.gif”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.bmp”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.ico”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.ps”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.eps”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.pdf”
   pdf2any.exe “D:\VeryPDF\in.pdf” “D:\VeryPDF\out.emf”

Batch process examples:
   for %F in (D:\temp\*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “out_%~nF.doc”
   for %F in (D:\temp\*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “C:\test\%~nF.txt”
   for %F in (D:\temp\*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe -skip “%F” “C:\test\%~nF.rtf”
   for %F in (D:\temp\*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “out_%~nF.png”
   for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “C:\test\%~nF.xls”
   for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “%~dpnF.html”
   for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “%~dpnF.ps”
   for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “%~dpnF.eps”
   for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “%~dpnF.tif”
   for /r D:\temp %F in (*.pdf) do pdf2any.exe “%F” “%~dpnF.jpg”

The following is a C# example to call the PDF to Any Converter SDK product,

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using VeryPDF;
using System.IO;

namespace WindowsFormsApplication1
{
    public partial class Form1 : Form
    {
        public Form1()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
        }

        private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            string appPath = Path.GetDirectoryName(Application.ExecutablePath);
            string strPDFFile = appPath + “\\test.pdf”;
            string strOutFile = appPath + “\\_test_out.tif”;
            string strLicenseKey = “XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX”;

            string strCmd = “\”” + strPDFFile + “\” \”” + strOutFile + “\””;

            System.Type VeryPDFType = System.Type.GetTypeFromProgID
                          (“VeryPDF.PDFtoAnyCom“);
            VeryPDF.PDFtoAnyCom VeryPDFCom = (VeryPDF.PDFtoAnyCom)
                          System.Activator.CreateInstance(VeryPDFType);
            int nReturn = VeryPDFCom.PDFtoAny(strLicenseKey, strCmd);
            MessageBox.Show(“Converter finished.”);
        }
    }
}

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PDF Stamp

License Questions for PDF Stamp GUI software

Hello,

Just want to know how licensing works for PDF Stamp GUI. Is the license good for as long as I have this version or are they monthly, annually, etc.. Each license is $26 if I get 10-49. I have a client that has a license already and are saying it has expired so not sure if licenses need to be renewed or are perpetual. Thanks,

Customer
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Thanks for your message, PDF Stamp GUI User License is USD$38.00 per user license, you may buy it from our website directly,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-stamp/try-and-buy.html#buy

The user license is a perpetual license, after you buy it, you can use it forever, you needn’t renew it monthly or annually.

btw, we have a discount if you will buy more licenses at one time, for example, if you will buy 1 license, the cost will be USD$38 per license, if you will buy 2 licenses, you will get USD$32 per license, this will save some money to you.

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PDF Stamp

How to set opacity level and specify transparent background color to an image stamp in PDF Stamp Command Line software?

Hi Support

I’m using an image stamp with text. I would like the stamp to completely cover the area on the original PDF.

Basically I need to the image below to completely cover the area beneath it (have white background).

Is it possible?

Regards
Customer
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Hello,

Thanks for your message, yes, this is possible in PDF Stamp Command Line software, PDF Stamp Command Line software supports both Opacity and Transparent Background two functions, it means that,

1. You can set the opacity level for an Image stamp or Text stamp or Line / Rectangle / Ellipse / Circle with or without filling stamps. The “-opacity” parameter sets the opacity level for an element.

The opacity-level describes the transparency-level, where 100 is not transparent at all, 50 is 50% see-through, and 0 is completely transparent.

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2. You can use “-transparentcolor” option to specify a background color as transparent color, for example,

-transparentcolor#FFFFFF

This parameter will specify white color (#FFFFFF) as transparent color,

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You can use both “-opacity” and “-transparentcolor” two parameters together, please find the examples with and without these parameters at below when you stamping a PDF file.

This is original logo image, this logo image is a jpg file with white background color,

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We are stamp a PDF file with this JPG file without “-opacity” and “-transparentcolor” parameters,

pdfstamp.exe -pdf D:\example.pdf -o D:\out.pdf -AI D:\downloads\logo.jpg -P9 -r45

Here is the resultant screenshot,

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Now, we are use “-transparentcolor#FFFFFF” parameter to specify white color as transparent background color, as you see, the logo image’s solid white background color has been changed to transparent background now, but the text content in logo image is still no “opacity”, it’s still overlay on the original text contents completely,

pdfstamp.exe -pdf D:\example.pdf -o D:\out.pdf -AI D:\downloads\logo.jpg
-P9 -r45 -transparentcolor#FFFFFF

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Now, we are add “-transparentcolor#FFFFFF -opacity50” to set both transparent color and opacity two options,

pdfstamp.exe -pdf D:\example.pdf -o D:\out.pdf -AI D:\downloads\logo.jpg
-P9 -r45 -transparentcolor#FFFFFF -opacity50

The image logo in the final PDF file looks better now, the new image logo in the PDF file has transparent background color and 50% opacity level,

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If you wish stamp an image logo into PDF pages, the following command line is a better choice to you, you can run this command line to stamp an image to PDF pages with transparent background color and opacity level two functions,

pdfstamp.exe -pdf D:\example.pdf -o D:\out.pdf -AI D:\downloads\logo.jpg
-P9 -r45 -transparentcolor#FFFFFF -opacity50

VeryPDF PDF Stamp Command Line software can be downloaded from this web page, you may download it and test above command lines by yourself,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-stamp/try-and-buy.html#buy-cmd

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VeryPDF Cloud API, VeryPDF SDK & COM

VeryPDF Online PDF Page Master is a Web application which can be used to rotate PDF files online easily

VeryPDF Online PDF Page Master is a Web application which can be used to rotate PDF files online easily. You can use it to Rotate PDF file online! With this safe online PDF tool you can rotate PDF pages page by page or all together.

http://online.verypdf.com/online-pdf-page-master

How To Rotate PDF Pages Online?
VeryPDF Online provides lots of Online PDF Tools which allow you to edit PDF online easily. You can simple upload a PDF file that you want to rotate, select some pages, rotate them. Once you are done rotating the pages inside your PDF, go ahead and delete pages, rearrange them, split the PDF document into more, convert PDF to Word, and so much more!

Step 1: Open The Online PDF Page Master For Rotating Documents
Simply open the Online PDF Page Master on http://online.verypdf.com/online-pdf-page-master that allows you to rotate pages inside a PDF document.

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Step 2: Upload Your PDF
Upload your document to rotate pages inside of the document. You can do so via browsing your computer or device for the file, grabbing a file from Dropbox or Google Drive, and by providing a link to an already uploaded PDF. Please note that you can only upload one document at the time.

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Step 3: Rotate PDF Pages Easily And Fast
The pages of your PDF will be displayed as thumbnails, so you know exactly which page is the upside-down or wrong one.

Rotate all pages of a PDF by using the buttons on top to either rotate all pages to the left or the right. If you want to rotate only one or a few pages, use the buttons next to the page’s thumbnail. Of course, the thumbnail will change to reflect the changes.

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Rotate to Left Button: Rotate current page to left 90 degrees.

Rotate to Right Button: Rotate current page to right 90 degrees.

Crop Page Button: Crop current page with selected crop area.

Copy Page Button: Clone current page.

Delete Page Button: Delete current page from PDF file.

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Step 4: Confirm The Rotation And Download Your New PDF
Once your PDF is ready, you can click “Save to PDF” button to download it to your local disk. That’s all it takes to rotate your PDF’s pages!

This is the screenshot when you view the rotated PDF file in Adobe Acrobat software,

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The trial version of Online PDF Page Master places some demo watermarks in the generated PDF file, however, you can subscribe VeryPDF Cloud API Platform from this web page to remove the demo watermark from generated PDF files,

http://www.verypdf.com/online/cloud-api/try-and-buy.html

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PDF Print

When sending the print job this is rotated by 90 degrees in PDFPrint Command Line software

Dear Support,

we have the problem with the Freeware PDFPrint Command Line,
When sending the print job this is rotated by 90 degrees, is that only the
case with the freeware, or is there a parameter for this?

Sorry, the Report is rotated by 180 degrees.

many thanks
Customer
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Thanks for your message, the first, PDFPrint Command Line is not a freeware, it’s a shareware, the trial version has some restrictions, if you wish to use it without any restrictions, you may purchase it from this web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-print-cmd/try-and-buy.html

For your questions, you may run following command lines to print your PDF file again,

pdfprint.exe -shell C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -shell2 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -raster2 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -raster3 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -vector C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -useembedfont C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -printermargins -raster2 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -printermargins -raster2 -scalex 95 -scaley 95 C:\test.pdf
pdfprint.exe -raster2 -rasterbwtext -rasterbitcount 1 -xres 150 -yres 150 C:\input.pdf

Could you able to print your PDF file to Windows Printer without rotation of 180 degrees problem with one of above command lines?

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