Automated conversion of PDF into high quality images
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The 3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter is a component for converting PDF documents into single page or multi-page raster images such as TIFF or JPEG (pdf to jpeg converter). Alternatively, it can rasterize PDF documents and save them back as PDFs.
Its areas of use include the web, TIFF-based DMS solutions, archive and workflow systems and the protection of PDF documents. The converter is characterized by its high speed, scalability and high visual fidelity.
Change PDF to raster images
Optimize the image quality or file size
Integrating the 3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter from PDF Tools AG has improved the render quality of images in JiveX considerably. Content of PDF documents that was not previously rendered (or only inadequately) is now displayed correctly after switching to the new rendering engine. This has vastly improved the legibility of all documents. A warning sent to the medical staff in the case of rendering problems increases patient safety even further.
The customer gained very positive experiences using the 3-Heights™ PDF to Image Converter and the 3-Heights™ Image to PDF Converter: he was able to build its service for using these tools quickly, and conversion rates on varying traffic loads are excellent. Because of the memory based conversion without creating temporary files, j2 also enhanced its security and performance.
PDF to image
PDF to PDF Image
Convert incoming PDF documents into TIFF format for further processing in TIFF-oriented workflow processes in document management systems.
The PDF to Image Converter creates images for display via the web and in other applications such as an image viewer. The files can be shown in their original size or as low-resolution images or thumbnails. The tool also converts PDF files into rasterized PDF to protect the content.
The PDF to Image Converter is suitable for the quick migration of TIFF-based archives.
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