"I was surprised to see,
that when a tiff file exceeds a certain size, then Acrobat's own
conversion do not work. The image is mirrored and/or stretched.
But your software works perfectly! We have some large
geophysical logs (for example 3507 x 52761 pixels) that couldn't
be handled in Acrobat.
Great customer service, prompt attention to our requirements and lightening speed development has been my experience with the staff at Softinterface Inc.
Bruce King, IBM Canada, Toronto, Ontario
Adobe Systems Inc. Chooses 'Convert Doc'. A custom site license has been signed by Adobe allowing them to install 'Convert Doc' on their servers. They will be using it specifically to do Doc to HTML conversions. "We look forward to using your product and potentially working together in the future".
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'Convert Document to Image' can be run without a user interface with command line arguments much like in the good old DOS days. You can initiate command line execution by going to the operating system's 'command prompt' or within Windows from the START-RUN menu and typing it in there. Lastly, the command line interface can be used from Batch files (files with *.BAT extension).
There are two approaches to doing the command line:
A) Specify a 'Conversion Job' that was built using the graphical user interface (GUI)
B) Specify a 'Conversion Task' in detail. See Convert Document To Image Examples to get started quickly
Specifying a 'Conversion Job' is very easy, as you only need to tell 'Convert Document to Image' where to find the associated *.SII 'Conversion Job' file. All the details associated with this task are executed in one fell swoop. The SII file is created within the user interface.
Specifying a 'Conversion Task' is a bit more tedious, but is more flexible and does not require the prior creation of a 'Conversion Job' file.
Each approach is discussed in more detail below.
IMPORTANT: To use the command line successfully the operating system will need to know where exactly the application is located. Otherwise, you'll see the following error:
"CDTI.EXE" is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
We suggest you do one of the following:
A) Set the path in your operating system's environment variables to the installation location of CDTI.EXE. See your operating system's help for setting the path.
B) Create a batch file (a text file whose file name ends in .bat) that uses the fully qualified path of CDTI.EXE.
For example the following is a typical batch file:
"c:\program files\Softinterface, Inc\Convert Document To Image\CDTI.EXE" /S"C:\In\Coffee.DOC" /T "C:\Out\Cream.jpg"
Specifying a 'Conversion Job'
Adobe Systems Inc. Chooses 'Convert Doc'.
A custom site license has been signed by Adobe
allowing them to install 'Convert Doc' on their servers. They will be using it
specifically to do Doc to HTML conversions. "We look forward to using your
product and potentially working together in the future", Bob Free, Adobe
|Absolutely awesome. The product worked beyond what we expected. I am going to recommend the full version to our web team. Ron Johnson HP BPO, formally EDS - BPO US Request Management.|
GA --- MDdatacor, inc., a leading provider of clinical information
management products for physician practices and the healthcare
industry, recently chose Convert Doc, a document conversion
utility, from SoftInterface, Inc. as its product of choice to
convert "Office" style documents to standard text files.
"We are very pleased with our decision to go with Convert Doc," commented Tim Lewis, MDdatacor Vice President of Information Systems. "It is a resource efficient program that currently converts over 75,000 documents a day for us. We like the fact that the program has a command line interface that allows us to integrate it into our automation routine. We evaluated other software packages costing 10 to 20 times more, but selected Convert Doc due to its speed and SoftInterface's service. We have been very pleased with how quickly SoftInterface's development team responds to our feedback and requests."
For several months now, their product has been working in mission critical environment flawlessly. With a few enhancement requests that were completed and delivered the same day they were asked for, WordconverterEXE has saved us time and money.
It was a pleasure dealing with your team. Thanks Again!"
Bruce King (IBM Canada, Toronto, Ontario)