This can be done easily with XnConvert, and you don't need to break the pdf up into images.
In the output settings, you would tell it to output multi-page pdf to multi-page pdf. In the Actions settings you could set it to Automatic Levels or add the filter for sharpening.
Another program that can do this without breaking up the pdf is NAPS2. You can use ...
"Convert your SVG files to PDF and PNG."
homepage, source code: Python with some non-python library dependencies (e.g. cairo2), rendering engine: cairo2, license: LGPG-3.0
"A command line tool to generate PDF from URL, HTML or Markdown files with electron."
According to Wikipedia, pdftotext (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pdftotext) is an open source command line utility that does conversion from PDF to plain text. And there are Windows binaries for download on the official page (http://www.xpdfreader.com/download.html), both 32 and 64 bit included.
Sadly, I have not needed to do something like you do, so this ...
The tool pdfCropMargins will (partial list):
Automatically detects the margins and can crop a given percentage of them.
Can crop all the pages to the same size to give a uniform appearance (such as in two-up).
Works on Linux, Windows, Cygwin, and OS X/Darwin.
Renders and analyzes page images to find the bounding boxes, which allows it to deal with noisy ...
I recommend you to investigate a bit different approach for generating PDF from HTML. Instead of trying to find a perfect HTML to PDF library for your technology stack (e.g. PHP) try to take advantage of using Headless Chrome for PDF generation. We used this approach to implementing pdf generation for this free resume builder.
For example, try to make use ...
There are several on-line choices. The one I use for most of my PDF-related needs has a bunch of conversion/joining functions, each with its own URL. Of those, the one relevant to your question is PDF to DOCX. Depending on your standards/expectations and the complexity of your document, this does a pretty good job.
As I mentioned, there are other choices, ...
THE one tool I use for such cases is MSGConvert:
it converts .msg-files into .eml-files.
this is IMHO even better than just .pdf, because the header is kept and you can still create .pdfs or anything else you want.
it is a pretty straight forward command line tool and can therefore easily be used for batch converting, scripting etc.
it does not need an ...
Have you tried the "Full Reader Search" feature in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC? This feature lets you search all of the PDFs in a folder. It's accessible in Edit>Advanced Search (Shift-Control-F on Windows). It also has a variety of options that would allow for a "fuzzy" search, but I do not think regex is available as part of this feature.
Adobe Acrobat Reader ...
You can use the following line in a CMD command prompt to get all the source code into one text file:
for /r %a in (*.py *.bat *.htm *.html *.css) do (echo ********* Filename: %a ********* & type %a) >> SourceFileContents.txt
The command will get files based on their filename extensions (like .py for Python and .bat for batch files, etc..) so you ...
unless you update your question to give us a list of required features. I have used these for years and am very satisfied; have searched regularly for "better" alternatives and found none (for my personal list of ...
You can find pdfs on a site via google by typing something like this in google
e.g. to search for pdf's that contain "abc"
"abc" site:my_sample_site_address.com filetype:pdf
where "my_sample_site_address.com" is the address of the site you want to search.
If you simply want all pdfs, omit the "abc" bit i.e.
One of the best-known open source libraries for parsing PDF is Ghostscript. Depending on what you’re going to do with your application, there might be a free edition, but I don’t know the details, so please check their website. Their latest API is documented here.
If you want something easier to use, consider the LEADTOOLS PDF Pro library. (Disclaimer: I am ...
command-line (binary name: img2pdf)
Repository & website: here.
A utility based on a Python library of the same name. To be honest, I just found it as an answer to this question about Windows.
A typical command-line:
img2pdf foo.jpg bar.jpg -o combined.pdf
the images are wrapped in a PDF in sequence, losslessly ...
Due to not having a file so large to test, I cannot affirm this will work. However you should look into PDF Reader from pspdfkit. Excellent app that handled anything I threw at it, with bookmarking support and minimal permissions.
If you use the screen capture feature command-shift-4 the cursor is turned into cross-hairs and displays the coordinates of the screen. So moving the cursor to the top left corner yields 0-0. You can move the cursor wherever you want and determine distances by a calculating what you want.
Grafana works with InfluxDB by default.
Grafana reporter can generate reports from the Dashbords.
Now you can simply use cron with curl/wget to download the files and place them at the desired location.
Your reluctance to write own software is understandable, however libraries like Python Pandas or matplotlib could be used to write a high level script ...
The company I work for has an imaging SDK that could help you with this. The idea I have in mind is as follows:
Load both the original and modified PDF pages as images at the same resolution. The code for that is simple:
RasterCodecs _codecs = new RasterCodecs();
RasterImage imageBefore = _codecs.Load(pdf1);
RasterImage imageAfter = _codecs.Load(pdf2);
Those headings you see in a PDF file are called "Bookmarks." As far as formatting, you'll have to settle for indentation. That's the only thing you can do with them.
Foxit Professional, PDFElement, and Acrobat Pro are three widely used tools for adding bookmarks to an existing PDF. If you're generating PDFs from scratch, look for some setting in your file ...
Pandoc (https://pandoc.org/) will create PDFs from Markdown text and other formats. Sphinx (https://www.sphinx-doc.org/en/master/) is similar, but uses reStructuredText as input and is more customizable--you can define CSS to control layout, colors, and other style elements.
You may want to have a look at Open Lowcode PDF (disclaimer: I am the author of this framework).
A first pre-production version was just released today on github. Feel free to have a look and provide feedback.
THe library aims at creating quickly forms and corporate documents.
The library is free and open-source, and also appropriate to incorporate in ...
It should now be solved in Acrobat Reader, see
I'm not sure how it is in Acrobat Pro. Not available in Pro 2017 after update.
Why must it be an extension? I use Firefox, not Chrome, but have it set to open PDFs in an external application. There are scads of Windows PDF viewer apps, and displaying PDFs in two pages on a landscape display is a common setting. What I use here is the open source SumatraPDF application (https://www.sumatrapdfreader.org/free-pdf-reader.html) It gets ...
Screenplain (the command line version) will convert Fountain files to PDF, Final Draft and HTML.
You need Python and Pip installed ... then just install screenplain and screenplain[pdf].
sudo pip install screenplain
sudo pip install 'screenplain[PDF]'
To use it, just type:
screenplain sample.fountain sample.pdf (or .fdx or .html).
If you ...
"Paper to Audio" is a chrome extension specifically for converting academic papers to speech (this includes PDFs). It gets rid of references etc. when speaking the text.
The link is: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/paper-to-audio/djncfliejhhejjgbhcopflpnlaeicnco?authuser=1
It may have a few bugs which I'm still trying to sort out. Hope this ...
Having ImageMagick, potrace and pdftools (disclaimer: I am the author of pdftools). Assuming you have an input PDF file called input.pdf:
Convert every page in a BMP file using ImageMagick:
magick convert -density 300 input.pdf -quality 100 ./bmp/input.bmp
(optional) pre-process image files:
for /r %%i in (./bmp/*.bmp) do mkbitmap ...