3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter | |
|Overview |Areas of Use | |Functions |Technical Details | |Benefits | | |To top | | | |Overview | |The 3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter is a |[pic] | |component for converting PDF documents into | | |single page or multi-page raster images such as | | |TIFF or JPEG. Alternatively, it can rasterize | | |PDF documents and save them back as PDFs. | | |Its areas of use include the web, TIFF-based DMS| | |solutions, archive and workflow systems and the | | |protection of PDF documents. The Converter is | | |characterized by its high speed, scalability and| | |high visual fidelity. | | |To top | | | |Functions | |Create single and multi-page images |[pic] | |Supports all popular raster image formats (TIFF,|Set the image size in dpi and pixel | |JPEG, JBIG2, JPEG2000, PNG, GIF, BMP, etc.) |Selection of half-tone methods (none, Floyd Steinberg, half-tone matrix, etc.)| |Create rasterized PDF documents, whereby the |Optional functions to increase the line thickness of very fine text | |text can be rasterized or copied | | |Convert individual pages | | |Read and write encrypted PDF documents | | |Set orientation to portrait or landscape format | | |Set image filtering (bi-linear, bi-cubic, | | |super-sampling) to reduce aliasing artifacts and| | |moiré effects | | |Select color space (grayscale, RGB, CMYK, |...
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