I am right now evaluating yourconverter. The Converter File looks fine, but the OCR-Text of the PDF is destroyed. In addition to that, opening the file i will get the error: "The embedded Font "WSVEYN+nameless_font" could not be found."
I need to fix this error before i will be able to proceed to purchase your software (The Development version)
Thanks for your message, we suggest you may run following command line to convert your PCL file to PDF file,
"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PCL Converter v3.0\pcltool.exe" -raster D:\downloads\pclInput.pcl D:\downloads\pclInput.pdf
this command line will convert your PCL file to raster PDF file, it will solve the font problem in the generated PDF file, you may run it to try.
VeryPDF PCL to PDF Converter app to convert PCL to PDF format, also you can save the PCL file to PS, EPS, *XPS, BMP, PNG, *SVG, TIFF, JPG, EMF, etc. formats. You can install VeryPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line to your server, then you can call VeryPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line from your server side applications to convert PCL files to PDF and TIFF files easily.
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VeryPDF PCL to PDF Converter Command Line or SDK highlight features:
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- Support non-western languages such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hebrew, Arabic, Greek and Cyrillic.
- Generate specific types of PDF documents for different purposes (for example, PDF files based on images or based on native fonts).
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