PDF OPTIMIZER: Simplifying PDF File Size Reduction

PDF OPTIMIZER: Simplifying PDF File Size Reduction

If you look up the word optimize, you will find phrases like “make as functional as possible” or “improve efficiency of processing”. If those are goals for your PDF processing, then Datalogics PDF OPTIMIZER is the optimization tool for you. We’re excited to be offering PDF OPTIMIZER for instant evaluation and subscription in our online store. Not familiar with PDF OPTIMIZER? Let’s take a quick look. What Is PDF OPTIMIZER? PDF OPTIMIZER is a scriptable server tool that simplifies PDF file…

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Reader Extensions Webinar: Leverage the Power of PDF

Reader Extensions Webinar: Leverage the Power of PDF

I am excited to be the presenter for the upcoming Datalogics webinar “Leverage the Power of PDF: Easily Manage your Form and Data Collection Process”. This webinar will be focusing on Adobe Experience Reader Extensions (AERE) and how this tool can help automate your form processing workflow. Join us next Thursday, December 6th at 1:00 PM CT – register here. AERE is a tool that can be applied directly to specific PDF documents, creating what is known as a “Reader-Extended…

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Wexflow: Automating Datalogics PDF Tools

Wexflow: Automating Datalogics PDF Tools

There are many different workflow creation and automation tools available for download or purchase. Some are fairly simple, others quite complex. Likewise, some are open-source and freely available, while others are offered as a part of other commercial automation offerings. I’ve recently been able to work a bit with the Wexflow open-source workflow engine. Wexflow is easy to get installed and get started with, and comes with a number of functions built-in. In this article, we’ll take you through the steps…

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PDF Java Toolkit: Solving the Case of the Missing Filters

PDF Java Toolkit: Solving the Case of the Missing Filters

Years ago, when Datalogics first acquired from Adobe what would become Datalogics PDF Java Toolkit (PDFJT), it was missing a couple of parts. Actually, possibly more than two, but these two have remained missing as the use-cases we imagined for PDFJT didn’t really depend on them. The two missing parts I’m referring to are the filters for JPEG2000 and JBIG2 decompression. The scuttlebutt I heard from a former Adobe person was that the reason they were missing was because Adobe…

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