"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. Within a few hours of installing ...
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",
JPG to PDF conversion is only one of many things this product does. See the 'Convert Image to
PDF' home page to get a better idea of what the product does overall. See the bottom of this page for some examples showing how to convert JPG to PDF from the command line.
'Convert Image to PDF' can be especially useful if you require complicated conversion jobs done on a regular basis. By saving and recalling a conversion job file, 'Convert Image to PDF' quickly remembers all the conversion tasks and their details. Also, 'Convert Image to PDF' may be run from the command line allowing for use in batch files or can be launched from within other programs.
In addition to file conversion, one special process has been included.
• Launch (Run) a program. This includes file operations such as
delete, copy, etc.
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'Convert Image to PDF' can be run without a user interface with command line arguments much like in the good old DOS days. Alternatively 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 image to pdf command line examples to get started quickly or read the information below
For full information on the command line, see the documentation.
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