Windows Server 2016 (beta) Compatibility. See Version (10.00, 4.48 December 13th 2015). Critical upgrade if you are going to use Windows 8.1 or newer.
Windows Server 2012 R2 Compatibility. See Version (10.00, 4.48 December 13th 2015). Critical upgrade if you are going to use Windows 8.1 or newer.
Windows 10 Compatibility. See Version (10.00, 4.48 December 13th 2015). Critical upgrade if you are going to use Windows 8.1 or newer.
Windows 8.1 Compatibility. See Version (10.00, 4.48 December 13th 2015). Critical upgrade if you are going to use Windows 8.1 or newer.
Windows 8 Compatibility. See Version (4.00, 4.10, 4.20, 4.36-4.37)
Windows 7 Compatibility. See Versions (3.00, 4.00, 4.36-4.37)
Installation was enhanced to allow for wrapping application within a service.
10.00 (12/13/2015) from 4.48 (12/1/2015)
%USERPROFILE% or %HOMEPATH%
Scheduler updated. Countries where time format was MM/DD/YYYY were sometimes problematic.
ConvertITP.EXE /S "Good Coffee.BMP" /T "CoffeeOut.pdf" /F0
2.25 to 2.26 (4/23/2009)
Usability: Most Recently Used Conversion Job files now available from the FILE menu item.
2.24 to 2.25 (3/29/2009)
Usability: Users no longer have to press the ADD button for the program to convert. Upon pressing the ADD button, the program assumes you will be creating a conversion job that has more than one conversion item.
Usability: When pressing the PAUSE button, the status bar now reflects this fact, and the Green check or Red X is properly displayed if the last running conversion job finished.
Usability: Users no longer have to press REWIND if the last run went to 100% completion.
Error Logging: If users pressed PAUSE during a conversion job, and then clicked CONVERT, any errors logged from this point had an incorrect 'Conversion Job Number'.
General: Loading and unloading the program will be faster. Only 10 (instead of 20) most recently compared items will be stored/retrieved.
Command Line: Should run much faster now that many ini parameters are not being unnecessarily loaded.
2.23 to 2.24 (2/26/2009)
General. Loading the application should occur faster.
2.22 to 2.23 (8/29/2008)
Conversion: When selecting an input file, the output file would default to all lower case. It now defaults to the case of the input file.
2.21 to 2.22 (8/15/2008)
Command Line, when no path was given and double quotes were
used, an error would occur.
2.20 to 2.21 (2/7/2008)
Localization. User interface enhanced for Portuguese language file. Portuguese language file enhanced.
Scheduler: Certain regional settings such as Greece, made the scheduler behave incorrectly.
Faster conversion times.
2.19 to 2.20 (10/26/2007)
File\Options: When TIF files were being converted, the 'Delete Original Files After Processing" option was not working properly.
2.18 to 2.19 (10/26/2007)
Files are now processed alphabetically, regardless of case (case insensitive)
Scheduler: When using international operating system, then
restarting program sometimes caused an issue due to
2.17 to 2.18 (10/26/2007)
Files are now processed alphabetically, regardless of case (case insensitive)
2.16 to 2.17 (9/19/2007)
Conversion: Selecting an original file type automatically changes the file path and extension making it easier to use the program.
2.14 to 2.16 (8/23/2007)
Conversion: When a failure occurs, the program automatically will try the AUTODETECT file type to recover.
2.13 to 2.14 (6/20/2007)
Window Vista: More compatibility issues resolved. Help file specifically addressed
2.12 to 2.13 (5/16/2007)
Conversion of TIFFS: When converting files that were not images, errors were not being reported.
2.11 to 2.12 (4/12/2007)
Windows Explorer Shell Extender was crashing. Error was "External Error: ActivexControl Can't Create Object"
Scheduler: Timing was off when approaching midnight. Date is now taken into consideration.
Japanese Language File updated
2.10 to 2.11 (3/28/2007)
Registration: A small issue existed in countries where the decimal was a comma, not a period (i.e. France).
2.09 to 2.10 (3/13/2007)
File Conversion: TIFF Files can now specify which pages within the TIFF to convert
File Conversion: TIFF Files can now specify compression method, thereby making for smaller PDF files.
2.08 to 2.09 (12/26/2006)
File Conversion: After using the Update button, file would appear to convert successfully, but no file is produced.
2.07 to 2.08 (11/15/2006)
File conversion: The 'Autodetect' for the Original file type is now more visible, moved it toward the top of the list of file types.
2.06 to 2.07 (11/6/2006)
If users now selects to "Append" the images to the PDF, this will now occur, even if the users specified something like "C:\output\*.PDF" as the target file.
Context menu. From Windows Explorer, you may select multiple files and choose to: A) Convert to a single PDF or B) Convert to mulitple PDFs
Documentation Completely updated. Command Line Examples added.
Languages: Italian user interface language module added.
2.05 to 2.06 (10/26/2006)
Errors were not being reported if some TIF files were corrupted.
2.04 to 2.05 (10/18/2006)
Special Process " Launch (Run) a program" now works with BAT files
2.03 to 2.04 (9/22/2006)
Command Line: If a conversion job was not rewound, the command line would report a successful conversion, even though it did nothing. Now, if doing the command line, the complete conversion job is done from beginning to end, regardless of whether or not the conversion job was rewound last time it was edited.
Max number of files during trial changed from 250 to 100
2.02 to 2.03 (8/22/2006)
GIF format added to available file types for conversion.
2.01 to 2.02 (7/6/2006)
Japanese Language file updated
1.40 to 2.01 (6/7/2006)
A Windows Explorer Context menu has been added allowing users to quickly and easily convert images to PDF from within the Windows Explorer.
Ability to select subfolders was hidden, this is now visible
1.30 to 1.40 (2/15/2006)
Delete file after processing was failing if the file had read only attributes. Read only attributes are now changed to read/write before deleting.
Target file button was being hidden whenever the original file was specified with the wildcard (*) asterisk. Target file button is now always displayed.
1.20 to 1.30 (2/7/2006)
Conversion and special processing: Files are sorted now when specifying a whole folder with the wildcard syntax.
1.12 to 1.20 (11/23/2005)
Conversion: Target file now properly adjusted when Adding a Conversion item if not correctly entered.
1.11 to 1.12 (10/25/2005)
1.10 to 1.11 (10/4/2005)
Enhanced user interface
Added Spanish Language file
1.09 to 1.10 (6/19/2005)
Enhanced user interface by making the buttons more aesthetic.
1.08 to 1.09 (4/6/2005)
Enhanced user interface by making the toolbar buttons more instructive. Message boxes now prompt user to correct actions.
1.07 to 1.08 (3/12/2005)
You can now launch BAT files from the "Launch (Run) Program" special process
File\Options menu item added
File\Options\ Delete original files after processing option added
File\Options\ Log file of files converted now optional
File\Option menu item added, allowing for the retry of a conversion if it fails initially. The retry will attempt to autodetect the original file type, if it was not originally set to do so.
/Z switch added for Verbose Logging while doing command line.
German Help File now added
1.06 to 1.07 (2/15/2005)
German Language file added.
1.05 to 1.06 (2/5/2005)
User Interface given a 'Face Lift'
Installation redone to fix several issues.
1.04 to 1.05 (1/27/2005)
Added enhance error handling by allowing for improperly named files to still be converted. For example a JPG named as wrong.tif may still work, even though the extension is incorrect.
1.03 to 1.04 (11/15/2004)
Command Line no longer checks for file extension matching. This resolves a command line issue in which the program incorrectly reported: "Conversion Job File (*.SII) specified in the command line (/J) does not exist." And "Missing required or invalid command line argument(s)".
1.028 to 1.03 (10/22/2004)
LZW compressed TIFF's now supported!!!!
Minor fixes in User interface and image converesion
1.026 to 1.028 (7/18/2004)
A wildcard for the 'Original File' can now be specifed when the target file is a single file. For example you can specify "D:\MyImages\*.JPG" for the original and "c:\output\output.PDF" as the Target file now. Allowing for this enables the appending of numerous images to an existing PDF.
1.025 to 1.026 (7/2/2004)
User interface now updates file type for the original file automatically and also warns user if there is a mismatch before adding.
If a general failure occurs when converting more than one file, it continues to convert instead of stopping upon first failure.
1.024B to 1.025 (6/23/2004)
User interface (not command line): It is now impossible to enter a double quotation character (e.g. ") whenever specifying a file.
When loading a 'Conversion Job', it would not inform you that a target folder did not exist, and when trying to run this conversion job, it would report a General Failure. Now, the directory will be created for you, and if it can't be, a proper error message will be reported.
1.022B to 1.024 (5/21/2004)
Some Tif's were being inverted in color when converted to a PDF file. This is now fixed.
1.022 to 1.022B (4/22/2004)
Fixes issues with some images that do not have resolutions set within them (uses default resolution, Windows 9x shows this, Windows 2K/XP "assume" resolutions if there are none set)
1.021 to 1.022 (4/15/2004)
Included demo files for example purposes in installation
Improved documentation greatly.
1.02 to 1.021 (3/25/2004)
/O switch changed to /D for specifying 'Creator' of the PDF file.
1.01 to 1.02 (3/10/2004)
Specify save to original folder added
User interface enhanced greatly
Now allows for all possible file formats supported by MS Word
Saving to a target folder now creates the sub-folders which mirror the originals
1.00 to 1.01 (3/1/2004)
Command Line added