How to use VeryPDF Cloud API from WordPress?

I wanna use your Cloud API and I would like to talk with someone.

Is it possible?

Do you have a plugin for WordPress?

Customer
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Thanks for your message, if you wish to use VeryPDF Cloud API, you can subscribe it from following web page directly,

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

After you subscribe it, you can get your APIKEY by following steps,

Step 1: Register an account on registration page (http://online.verypdf.com/wp-login.php?action=register ),
Step 2: Get an APIKEY on http://online.verypdf.com/wp-admin/accountinfo.php page,

We haven't a plugin for WordPress yet, however, you can call VeryPDF Cloud API from PHP cod easily, you can integrate it into your WordPress website easily too, please refer to simple PHP code at below,

<?php
//The Code
/* gets the data from a URL */
function get_data($url)
{
    $ch = curl_init();
    $timeout = 5;
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);
    curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT, $timeout);
    $data = curl_exec($ch);
    curl_close($ch);
    return $data;
}

//The Usage
$returned_content = get_data(
'http://online.verypdf.com/api/?
apikey=XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX
&app=html2image
&infile=http://www.verypdf.com
&outfile=verypdf.jpg
');
echo $returned_content;
?>

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How to getting PDF to Image Converter SDK C++ to work?

Hi support,

I downloaded the software from http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2tif/pdf2image_sdk_trial.zip

I plan to integrate this PDF to Image Converter SDK C++ source code, however, I have found there is no detail document here either. Could you let me know what are the necessary library that I need to include for use the C++ SDK for 64bit OS? I only found the instruction for ASP user. I plan to get this going and test it so that I can make decision of purchasing in early next week. Please let me know.

Thanks,
Customer
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Thanks for your message, you may call PDF2ImageCOM.exe from 64bit C++ code, please look at following web pages for more information,

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201107/call-pdf-to-image-converter-com-component-v2-0-from-64bit-application-1191.html

The latest version of PDF2Image SDK contains a PDF2ImageCOM.exe file, this is the COM interface, this COM interface can be called from both 32bit and 64bit applications.

Please put PDF2ImageCOM.exe and pdf2image.dll, cimage.dll files into same folder, launch a CMD window by administrator privilege, run following command line to register it,

PDF2ImageCOM.exe /regserver

After you registered it, you can call asp_PDFToImageConverter() function from 32bit or 64bit code to convert PDF files to image files, please refer to following VBS code,

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'please run "64bit-com-install.bat" to register PDF2ImageCOM.exe first
Set pdfcom = CreateObject("PDF2Image.CPDF2Image")
pdfcom.asp_PDFToImageSetCode("XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX")
pdfcom.asp_PDFToImageSetFileNameSuffix("")
nRet = pdfcom.asp_PDFToImageConverter("C:\\1.pdf", "C:\\1.jpg", "", "", 200, 200, 24, 32773, 85, 0, 0, 1, 1)
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You can also refer to the test steps at below,

* You can download the latest version of PDF2Image SDK from following URL,

http://www.globalpdf.com/pdf2tif/pdf2image_sdk_trial.zip

latest version of PDF2Image SDK does contain the 64bit COM interface, you can use it by following steps,

1. Run "64bit-com-install.bat" or following command line to install PDF2ImageCOM.exe into your system, you need run it by administrator privilege,

PDF2ImageCOM.exe /regserver

2. You can use following 64bit code to test its capability,

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Dim oTest, nPageCount, nPageWidth, nPageHeight
Set oTest = CreateObject("PDF2Image.CPDF2Image")
strInputFileName = "C:\test.pdf"
oTest.asp_PDFToImageSetCode("XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX")
nPageCount = oTest.asp_PDFToImageGetPageCount(strInputFileName)
nPageWidth = oTest.asp_PDFToImageGetPageWidth(strInputFileName, 1)
nPageHeight = oTest.asp_PDFToImageGetPageHeight(strInputFileName, 1)
'Converter PDF file to TIFF file by DPI information
oTest.asp_PDFToImageConverter strInputFileName, "C:\example1_tiffpack.tiff", "", "", 300, 300, 24, 32773, 70, 0, 1, -1, -1
oTest.asp_PDFToImageConverter strInputFileName, "C:\example1.emf", "", "", 300, 300, 24, 32773, 70, 0, 1, -1, -1
'Converter PDF file to TIFF file by page size information
oTest.asp_PDFToImageConverterEx strInputFileName, "C:\example1_tiffpack_page_size.tiff", "", "", 1, nPageWidth, nPageHeight, 24, 32773, 70, 0, 1, -1, -1

MsgBox "Convert Success!"
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For the C++ code, you can add a reference to PDF2ImageCOM.exe, then you can call it from 64bit source code easily, if you can't get it work, please feel free to let us know, we will prepare an example for you asap.

VeryPDF
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Hi there,

I am mainly looking for C++ example. I have looked at the folders from

http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2tif/pdf2image_sdk_trial.zip

There are VC, VC2, VC3, VC4...etc. and I have tried to use the code and build a stand alone project but didn't get any output.

There are instructions for vbs code which I don't know whether they are needed for C++ but I did that anyways.

Would you please send me a very simple VS C++ project code that demonstrate a simple task: counting the number of page of a input pdf file and outputting the pages into separated image files.

Thanks,
Customer
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Hi support,

Please ignore my stupid question in my previous email. I simply did not realized there is a dsp file in the VC folder. It was default to be opened from notepad. Therefore, I didn't quite understand what should I do with it.
I should be fine for now.

Thanks,
Customer
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Everything works great! I wonder if all the features are available with unlicensed version (so that we can evaluate the quality and capability better) and if there is any detail documentation about all the parameter settings that I can use for the pdf to image conversion, i.e. compress type, quality, the range of resolution value, quality...etc.

Also, what is the PDFToImageSetCode refers to in the C++ project code.

Thanks,
Customer
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Thanks for your message, please look at the "PDF to Image Converter COM component user manual" from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/pdf2tif/pdf-to-image-sdk.htm

Yes, the unlicensed version is contain all functions except for the demo watermark, after you purchase it, please pass your license key to PDF2Image SDK, the demo watermark will be removed from generated image files.

Please set your license key to PDFToImageSetCode() function, you will able to register PDF2Image SDK successful,

void __stdcall PDFToImageSetCode(const char *lpRegcode)
Description:
Register your PDF2Image SDK by the given Registration Key.

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Convert MHTML (mht) files to PDF files from command line

Hi,

Very pdf is great product for mht to pdf conversion.i am using the trial version of verypdf (htmltools). My target is to convert mht file to pdf file from c# code. Initially i tried using command line. In command line it is taking 500 as default height for pdf page. So some of the data in my mht file distracted. I have tried by setting bheight, then for my page with 1000 height it is working fine. But my file size may vary. When i tried with a web page it is adjusting it's size automatically. But from mht file not.

Then I tried with sdk, in SDk when i tried with Web page it is working fine. But by using mht file. It is throwing error. It is prefixing http to file name and throwing error.

Please let me know the possible solution for these two.

Thanks in Advance,

Thanks & Regards,
Customer
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We suggest you may increase the value of "-bwidth" to try again, for example,

htmltools.exe -bwidth 1280 -bheight 1024 D:\in.mhtml D:\out.pdf

btw, we have another product "HTMLPrint to Any Converter Command Line" which can convert MHTML to PDF file too, you may download it from following web page to try,

http://www.verydoc.com/htmlprint-to-any.html
http://www.verydoc.com/htmlprint2any_cmd.zip

after you download it, you can run following command line to convert your MHTML file to PDF file,

html2any.exe -printtopdf C:\out.pdf D:\in.mhtml

html2any.exe -printtopdf C:\out.pdf -ps2pdfopt "-ownerpwd owner -keylen 2 -encryption 3900" D:\in.mhtml

html2any.exe -printtopdf C:\out.pdf -ps2pdfopt "-subject \"subject\" -creator \"creator\"" D:\in.mhtml

html2any.exe -printtopdf C:\out.pdf -ps2pdfopt "-$ XXXXXXXXXXXX" D:\in.mhtml

We hope above two solutions will useful to you, please feel free to let us know if you have any question for them.

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PDF Text Replacer Command Line removed spaces from replaced PDF file

Hello,

Your product "PDF Text Replacer Command Line" seems exactly what I need. However I have seen a slight problem. On the line of any replacement, the old text DOES successfully get replace, but the rest of the line has spaces removed.

For example.

Hello Great World!

If I want to replace 'World' with mars, the result is:

HelloGreatMars!

Please advise, thank you
Customer
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CMD line:
pdftr -oldtext "UMBRELLA" -newtext "FOOBAR" C:\scripts\HCA.DEC.001.UMBRELLA.pdf c:\scripts\out.pdf

Please see attached files. Original. Output will be sent in next message.

Customer
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PDF Text Replacer Command Line Standalone Version (pdftr.exe)

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-text-replacer/search-and-replace-pdf-text-command-line.html

Please run following command line to try again, the following command line will work fine to you,

pdftr.exe -embedfont 0 -overlaytextfontsize 80% -searchandoverlaytext "UMBRELLA=>FOOBAR" D:\VeryPDF.pdf D:\out.pdf

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Thank you, this worked. My only remaining question, is, will this work
for every PDF, regardless of version? from 4.0 upwards?

Thanks. I hope the answer is yes.

Customer
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Yes, this command line will work for all PDF files.

If you encounter any problem, please feel free to let us know, we will assist you asap.

VeryPDF
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Thank you, Frank. This is the most applicable software I have seen yet. None of the free tools seem to seem to work as well. I will test for a week. Then purchase, most likely. Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions.

Customer
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Oh, I apologize. One last question (that I am sure is in the DOCs), but can I replace en masse. For example give a long list of replacements, and they can all be executed on one invocation of pdftr.exe?

Customer
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Yes, you can replace long text and more lists easily, for example,

pdftr.exe -embedfont 0 -overlaytextfontsize 80% -searchandoverlaytext "UMBRELLA 123 456 kkk=>FOOBAR 333 555 ddd||abc=>def||VeryPDF=>VeryDOC" D:\test.pdf D:\out.pdf

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How to convert a Vector PDF or Raster PDF file to Vector DWG or DXF file?

I cannot convert a PDF to a DWG nor a DXF.

Customer
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If your PDF file contains vector contents, you can use "PDF to DWG Converter Command Line" to convert this PDF file to vector DWG or DXF file,

http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-dwg-dxf.html
http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2dwg.zip

If your PDF file contains raster contents, you can use "VeryPDF Raster to Vector Converter Command Line" to convert this PDF file to vector DWG or DXF file,

http://www.verypdf.com/raster-to-vector/try-and-buy.html#buy_cmd
http://www.verydoc.com/dl.php?file=raster2vector.zip

If you can't get above software to work, please send to us your sample PDF file, we will figure out a solution to you after we check your PDF file.

VeryPDF

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