I use https://github.com/jeromerobert/pdfarranger for merging and slitting PDF files.
What I would like to highlight:
it is an open source app
written in python
Windows version is here https://github.com/jeromerobert/pdfarranger/releases
Have you tried ghostscript? It handles PDF input and output (and many other formats,) and there is probably a user friendly GUI available for your platform (which you didn't mention which makes recommendations a bit difficult).
I don't know about hyperlinks, though.
Digital Signing PDF or document using just image is not the best option for non-repudiation. You may use Digital Signature Certificate issued by Certifying Authority in USB Token or Smartcard to Digitally Sign PDF from browser using user's USB Token.
You need to use Browser Extension on the browser side to achieve the same.
The working sample may be ...
I think the best option is to use Heyzine, it's a pdf to flipbook converter.
You can create a flip book and embed it on your site without having to learn anything and without plugins. If you don't want to link external sites, it also allows you to download the html flipbook.
In case you need to convert more than one PDF, it has an API to make conversions ...
To work on a per-page basis, you can use GIMP 2.10 > "Import as layers". Then you can rearrange or delete layers and finally export every layer as a page in a PDF. As a caveat, this process makes every page the canvas size.
I have worked with two PDF modules: PyPDF2 and pdfminer.six
PDFminer.six is more reliable than PyPDF2 but 6 times slower (timed).
Here is a working code example for PDFminer.six, the documentation is a little sparse: https://stackoverflow.com/a/61857301/7483211
You can use PDFCreator:
works on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 SP1
To batch unlock PDF files to make them OCRable in Acrobat, batch print them via PDFCreator. To batch print in PDFCreator, see https://www.pdfforge.org/tips/auto-save
Tested with PDFCreator 4.1.2 on Windows 7 SP1 x64 Ultimate.
Note that by default PDFCreator comes with PDF ...
PDFtk is a command-line utility (CLI) for manipulating PDF files.
It's cross-plattform with many GUI extensions.
Also available in Ubuntu repositories. Install via:
sudo apt-get install pdftk
Merging from two PDFs, e.g. pages 2, 5, 6, 9 from first, pages 6, 7, 15, 19 from second:
pdftk A=first.pdf B=second.pdf cat A2 A5 A6 A9 B6 B7 B15 B19 output final.pdf
You can use Cloudmersive Convert API which is free for commercial use up to 1K conversions/month. Here is how you can call it in Java:
// Import classes:
Annotator Xodo is available for desktop, iOS and Android. The reviews on the AppStore are quite positive.
Generally, I recommend reading the Blogpost What's so hard about PDF text extraction? on filingdb.com . It is from July 2020, and it has an associated discussion on Hacker News.
The concluding sentence of the BlogPost is
If the data you are interested ...
I think this answer (by me) offers (almost) the exact (and free) solution:
It's "almost" ... in that it does NOT process a few files in a batch, because it is an Add-on to the free Acrobat Reader.
The image part requires some heavy lifting so I don't think anybody wrote software to do that -- it is certainly not impossible.
For the rest of the requirements, I think this answer (by me) offers the exact (and free) solution:
If you're looking for a free resume parser, check out https://affinda.com/resume-parser/
The output is in XLS, JSON and XML formats. This solution was built using the latest advancements in Natural Language Processing, to ensure it can handle the broadest set of resume formats.
You would need to develop the described integration yourself, and it should be ...
Machine-readable PDF files can actually be opened in the current MS Word program. You just need to open the PDF using MS Word. A pop-up warning will appear and once you've confirmed this, it will open as a Word file where you can edit the content like a .doc file and save as PDF again once done.
However, this works only to machine-readable files. Meaning, ...
You can use Docotic.Pdf library to find and remove potentially insecure content:
Remove all scripts in PdfDocument.SharedScripts collection.
Check PdfDocument.GetWidgets() collection to detect form fields and annotations. You can remove or flatten them if necessary. Sample: https://github.com/BitMiracle/Docotic.Pdf.Samples/tree/master/Samples/...
have you tried : FreePDF for Windows - A simply and free virtual PDF printer
I have been using this for >10 years.
It will install a printer service(i.e. virtual printer) and if you click on menu-> printer(e.g. word or any), it will pop-up as a real printer and print your content ...
There are two that work: One works in 85-90% of government XFA forms (at least from Canada). Here:
https://code-industry.net/masterpdfeditor/ (Note: one I found few work in MS Windows version but not Ubuntu, weird, I've reported it and submitted a link to the sample)
and here is an particle on installing FoxIT Reader on Ubuntu 20 which I'm testing:
I think the answer is no.
A PDF file is basically a picture (or raster in GIS terminology)
To make a picture into Polygons, Lines etc you would have to put it into a GIS Software package (e.g. QGIS), make sure it's in the correct position on the Globe (Georeferencing) and then trace over the top (Digitize new features).
Also from a quick look at the ...
The company I work for has a printer driver that can save to PDF and dozens of other file types. It allows you to define one or more Task Printers, and configure each to save to the file format and the location of your choice. Creating a Task Printer is explained in the LEADTOOLS ePrint documentation here.
If you would like to consider it, I recommend ...
I would recommend Docotic.Pdf library. I am one of its developers, btw.
The library is stable, has a lot of functionality one would expected from a decent modern PDF library. And we constantly improve the library and add more features to it. There are some sample code for popular use cases.
We offer free licenses for certain cases. At the same time, the ...
I think one of those will help you:
https://www.movavi.com/screen-recorder (I prefer this one)
If for any reason you would like to try a different approach, the company I work for has a program called LEADTOOLS ePrint Professional, which can be used as follows:
It installs a Windows virtual printer that can save to dozens of output formats, including PDF.
You can send it any number of print jobs, each containing one or more pages, and select the “...
You can use pdfimages from the Xpdf tools (available from the site of XpdfReader). It will not convert a whole PDF page to an image, rather it will extract embedded images from a PDF.
This is useful if the PDF contains text and images, and you want only the images. Also, it will extract the images in their original format, so no loss of quality is involved (...
Since you mention .pages files, I'm assuming your mother runs macOS. Apple's Preview has long had a nifty feature to create, manage, and add signatures to PDF files. Here's how it works.
I'm not sure what "en-masse" entails for you, but you can—pretty easily—add signatures to a bunch of documents by:
opening all documents in Preview;
inserting a ...
A few weeks ago I stumbled on your/this question. Having some time on my hands and finding it an interesting technical challenge I decided giving it a try myself.
It resulted in the repository https://github.com/thieupepijn/ComicPanelSplitter
This repository contains, apart from the source code, also a binary for Windows (under release). Hope this program ...
You can use the command line tool, docx2pdf to batch convert word documents to pdf on Windows or macOS: https://github.com/AlJohri/docx2pdf
pip install docx2pdf
Disclaimer: I wrote this tool.