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  • folderThumbnailView and pdf files

    I am using the folderThumbnailView control in my app and I also have the Atalasoft PDFRasterizer - my question is: how can I make the thumbnailviewer show PDF images - I have added the .pdf extension to the filter property but still no joy. Please help. Thankyou.
    Posted to DotImage Discussions (Forum) by skjpatel on November 20, 2007
  • Writing XMP to a PDF File

    Hi, I have the following case: A tiff is loaded in an AnnotateViewer Annotations are created from a database I want to save the tiff as a pdf file with xmp annotations I'm doing as follows   Dim at As New Formatters.XmpFormatter  at.CreateXmpPacket = True  at.Formatting = Xml.Formatting.None  Dim pdfenc As New ...
    Posted to DotAnnotate Discussions (Forum) by andreigosman on November 19, 2007
  • Formatting Images to a PDF Document

    What product would I need to take a group of images and group them onto a page or pages of a pdf document?
    Posted to DotImage Discussions (Forum) by Corey on September 21, 2007
  • PdfDecoder exception - DestSize must be greater than 0.

    I was trying to decode a bunch of pdf's into multi page Tiffs using DotImage 4.0h and the PDF rasteriser add-on, basically using code from this article (http://www.atalasoft.com/kb/article.aspx?id=10125&cNode=). It works great for over 80% of my sample pdfs, however there are a few which throw a 'DestSize must be greater than 0' exception on ...
    Posted to DotImage Discussions (Forum) by andyau on June 8, 2007
  • Convert Searchable PDF to non-searchable PDF

    A strange request, but something that I thought I'd share with you.  Here is a simple console application that converts all pages in a hidden text behind image searchable PDF to a image-only non-searchable PDF.  It requires that each page be in memory at once.  If you have more than a few pages, you might want to save a temporary ...
    Posted to Articles and Code Samples (Forum) by Bill Bither on February 15, 2007
  • Atalasoft Partners with Foxit Software for Improved PDF Viewing Technology – Announces New Release of DotImage PDFRasterizer

    Easthampton, MA—January 15, 2006—Atalasoft, Inc. today announced it has entered into a partnership with Foxit Software to provide faster performing, higher quality, and more robust PDF Reading for the Atalasoft DotImage imaging toolkit.  The resulting product is the v4.1 release of DotImage PDFRasterizer; an add-on to DotImage which ...
    Posted to Press Release (Weblog) by TomLewis on January 15, 2007
  • Re: AJAX Tiff Example (What About PDFs?)

    For those reading this thread.  In our next DotImage update, the speed for rendering PDF's will be improved dramatically.  This has a big impact on the Web when viewing PDF's using the AJAX viewer.  It will be in DotImage 4.0's January update.
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by Bill Bither on December 21, 2006
  • Re: Detecting searchable PDF

    Right, the SingleImageOnly property will be true if there is only a single image embedded in the pdf page.  If there are more than one image in the pdf page, SingleImageOnly will be false.  You are right about the difficulty in detecting embedded text using DotImage.  We can only provide this basic information, if you need more ...
    Posted to DotImage Discussions (Forum) by Sean Mckenna on December 21, 2006
  • Re: Detecting searchable PDF

    Sean Mckenna: At the basic level a pdf is a vector based format.  This means that the pdf file can contain information about HOW the image should be drawn on the screen, rather than the image data itself.  This is what it means to rasterize the pdf, that is, to transform the 'description of the image' into an actual image.  A pdf ...
    Posted to DotImage Discussions (Forum) by lee.s on December 14, 2006
  • Re: Detecting searchable PDF

    We have a product that will create a searchable PDF, and we have a product that will rasterize PDF's.  Good news for you though.  DotImage PdfRasterizer can tell you if a PDF contains a single image only.  So you can use it to determine if a PDF doesn't contain searchable text, but nothing to tell you for sure that it does.  ...
    Posted to DotImage Discussions (Forum) by Bill Bither on December 5, 2006