"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 ...
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 ...
You can use Syncfusion .Net PDF library to create, read, and edit PDF documents programmatically.
With this library you can convert HTML,Word and Images to PDF.
Please find the some helpful links to get started.
HTML to PDF conversion
Word to PDF conversion
Image to PDF conversion
To find more details refer the PDF help documentation.
(Disclosure: I'm ...
If you’re looking for a library that can be used server-side to convert different image and document formats to PDF, one option is the LEADTOOLS Document Imaging SDK. (Disclosure: I'm a LEAD employee).
The SDK supports splitting, merging and converting, from and to PDF, among other features.
If you also need to convert text in images to searchable PDF, you ...
Finally I went for OCRmyPDF (https://github.com/jbarlow83/OCRmyPDF), which uses tesseract for the actual OCR part (https://github.com/tesseract-ocr/tesseract) - as I understand tesseract is a OCR tool that has been open-sourced by Google.
OCRmyPDF has great documentation, also works from the command line and has many language packs:
ocrmypdf -l eng ...
If your PDF files numbered in numerical sorting:
Weenysoft Free PDF Merger — simply solution
I scan the book → I process scans → I get in output files: 1.pdf, 2.pdf, 3.pdf, …, 4147.pdf. I need preserve the order: 1.pdf — page 1 of merged PDF, 2.pdf — page 2 and so on.
But use tools from section «Not helped» I can't do it ...
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 try DeftPDF. It's a web-based PDF editor and converter online and has functions similar to the site you mentioned. It's free on most tools that involve editing and converting. So far, the only tool that has a fee is the PDF translator, which only asks for a fee when you upload something lengthy but the rest is all free.
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 (...
Consider checking out Drawboard PDF. It has tabs for multiple documents open at once, excellent stylus support for annotations, and a great set of other markup tools you'd want when marking up academic papers by hand (comments, text and freeform highlighting, several underline styles, etc.) I use it for active reading scientific papers myself, and it feels ...
You can do this using LEADTOOLS. (Disclaimer: I am an employee of the vendor of this library).
The following C++ code takes the name of any image file and saves the image into a PDF file. Subsequent calls to this function with different images will append the new images to the same file.
void AppendImageToPdf(TCHAR* pszInputImageName, TCHAR* pszOutputPDF)
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.
If this is an essential business function, I wouldn't trust a program to automatically display a changed file. Indeed, by displaying a file, the application might lock it so that it cannot subsequently be updated!
Better might be to display an alert on any changes to files in the folder(s), to let a user open and review the change, and then have the user ...
markdown-it does the trick. The easiest way for one time users is going to:
pasting the markdown on the left side and copying HTML from the right side. This can be further processed with your browser or wkhtmltopdf to generate a PDF.
Possibly, for August, 2019 there are no programs suitable for all @Doug requirements.
In section “Suggestion” I suggest alternatives. See “Problems” section, to find out what disadvantages of these alternatives do I consider significant.
This answer is relevant for 19 August, 2019. In the future data of this answer may be ...
For the ones that is hosted on your own server and you embed the flipbook within your site, you can use dFlip PDF FlipBook jQuery Plugin.
It is flash free. Costs only $29 for regular license with 6 months customer support. You can create 3D or 2D flipbooks easily with this plugin. Additionally it has awesome page rolling effect.
The company I work for has this (paid) SDK.
See this online demo
Syncfusion Essential PDF is a feature rich and high-performance .NET Core PDF library that allows you to add robust PDF functionalities to any ASP.NET Core applications. It allows you to create, read, and edit PDF documents programmatically. This library also offers functionality to merge, split, stamp, forms, and secure PDF files.
Syncfusion Essential PDF ...
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.
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 ...
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Use the Full Screen mode of Xournal: View --> Full Screen. In addition, turn on One Page view: View --> One Page.
If you want to get rid of the toolbars, you have to manually edit ~/.xournal/config (in case it is not existing, simply save your configuration from within Xournal: Options --> Save Preferences). ...