-- Convert any printable file to PDF (see Supported File Types), with extra conversion options such as Combine, Overlay, and Package PDFs. PDF Server is capable for mass-volume operation and supports all major languages (including DBCS Asian languages). With FAST creation and SMALL file sizes, PDF Server’s efficiency is second to none.
Extensive Conversion Settings
-- Administrators can establish set profiles or allow users to configure their own. Options such as Watermarks, Security, Compatibility, and Compression give you full control of your PDF creation.
Manage Connections and Creation Jobs
PDF Console offers administrators control over user connections and access. Block certain IPs or limit the number of connections at a time. Set priority to certain jobs over others on the queue, or cancel jobs altogether.
Search and connect to least-loaded server
PDF Client can scan for the least occupied server, increasing PDF production efficiency.
Previous users of PDF Server will still have the option to use the Watch Folder application (introduced in PDF Server 8). Any files in the watch folder are automatically converted to PDF documents. You can define multiple watch folders, each with different conversion settings. It’s also now possible to set an operation schedule for the Watch Folder and set filenames.
Windows COM APIs (SDK sample source codes)
All functions/features of PDF Server are implemented as Windows COM APIs with complete documents and sample source codes. By modifying the source codes, developers can integrate PDF Server functions into document-based business processes and enterprise applications within days.
Supported File Types.
The following file types are supported by PDF Server itself.
BMP, EMF, GIF, JPG, JPEG, JP2, JPX, JPF, J2C, J2K, PAX, PCD, PCX, PNG, PSD, TGA, TAG, TIFF, TIF, TLA, WMF, WBMP, WPF
Other supported file types (such as MS Office files, AutoCAD files).
These File Types are supported as long as applications which support the "OLE Print" command for printing the files are installed.