Convert images into PDF documents and vice versa, merge pages, edit metadata, apply watermarks, and more using this command-line tool
|Updated||Jun 6th 2017|
ImagePDF Ltd N/A N/A
|Original File Size||6 MB|
Advanced users interested in converting images to PDF documents as well as controlling each aspect of this operation can turn to PDF Compressor, a command-line tool that supports a vast range of settings.
Installing the console-based application isn't required since you can just run the launcher from the downloaded package. Using the -help command generates a pretty long list of options provided by this utility.
The syntax is img2pdf [options]
If you're attempting to convert JBIG2 or JPEG200 files, you can instruct PDF Compressor to apply lossless compression (-lossless). It's also possible to specify the compression method for colored images (0 for no change, 1 for JPEG arithmetic, 2 for JPEG2000 arithmetic) and for black and white photos (0 for no change, 1 for CCITT G4 arithmetic, 2 for JPEG2 arithmetic).
The reversal operation is possible so you can turn PDF documents into images with the help of this program. You can set the page range if you don't wish to use all of them (-firstpg, -lastpg), set the DPI (-iswh), color depth manually or automatically(-bitcount, -autobitcount) and DPI resolution (-pidpi).
Furthermore, PDF Compressor Crack can create multipage TIFFs (-multipage), rotate pages (-rotate
Operations were carried out fast in our tests while the tool remained light on system resources usage. Too bad that it hasn't received updates for a long time. Otherwise, PDF Compressor offers comprehensive options for those interested in image-to-PDF conversion using the console.
grazie mille per il keygen
how to use PDF Compressor keygen?
salamat sa inyo para sa keygen
Thank you very much
Your email will not be published. Required fields are marked as *