How to use VeryPDF PDF Font Extractor Command Line?

The new product of VeryPDF—PDF Font Extractor Command Line can be used to extract PDF font embedded in PDF document and then save the fonts as TTF, CFF and AMF file in the specified folder of your computer. Additionally, some fonts which cannot be used in font file will be saved as GIF image so that they can be displayed in webpage or other electronic documents.

For using PDF Font Extractor, you need to click here to download the package file and unpack it to some location of your computer, which is enough to use the program and there is no need any installation steps. For PDF Font Extractor is a MS-DOS oriented program, you need to open MS-DOS interface at first for running the program.

To see the main usage, options and examples of PDF Font Extractor Command Line, you need to drag the executable file pdffont.exe to MS-DOS interface and strike Enter button on the keyboard. Then you will see a command line usage for this program as follows:

pdffont [options] <PDF-file>

For example, there is a PDF document which contains various kinds of fonts which you don’t know the name of them. Now PDF Font Extractor Command Line will help you resolve this problem.

You can follow the command line below to write your commands to extract PDF font.

pdffont.exe C:\in.pdf C:\out

In the command line, pdffont.exe is the name of the executable file, C:\in.pdf  is the path of input PDF file, C:\out is the output folder of extracted font files.

If you want to extract PDF font and save the font as GIF image, you will need to refer to the following command line.

pdffont.exe –img C:\in.pdf C:\out

In the command line, the option –img is used to convert TTF fonts to image files. This command line will render the extracted fonts to GIF images and save the images to the specified directory.

There are also some other options for your reference to when you extract PDF font by PDF Font Extractor Command Line.

-f <int>     : first page to examine
-l <int>     : last page to examine
-opw <string>: owner password (for encrypted files)
-upw <string>: user password (for encrypted files)
-img         : convert TTF fonts to image files
-h           : print usage information

After you input the command line, please don’t forget to hit Enter button to run the command line. For knowing more information about PDF Font Extractor Command Line, you can visit its homepage. If you have other questions about this file, please leave your words or contact the support team of VeryPDF.

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