PDF FLY について

PDF、PostScript、およびEPSファイルを変換

PDF FLY can be used to convert PDF, PostScript and EPS via the command-line to most vector and image formats including PDF, WMF, EMF, SVG, EPS, DWG, DXF, PNG, GIF, JPEG and TIFF. All formats support a variety of intelligent filter options ensuring a match with the original. Single or multiple files can be selected and will be converted in one run. For customers large and small across all industries, PDF FLY saves time while enabling new workflows.

PDF FLY Features

  • Convert one file or multiple files at the same time.
  • Convert all pages or specify a page rage.
  • Intelligent object recognition.
  • Rotate to any degree.
  • Concatenates characters to form editable words and lines of text.
  • Option to ignore text, images or paths during conversion.
  • Specify minimum line width.
  • Separates layers in CAD drawing based on colors.
  • Dashed/dotted lines as segments.
  • Easy Windows “Wizard” interface selects files, set options and converts in 3 easy steps.
  • Outputs industry standard vector output formats which are scalable and editable at the text and object level including PDF, EPS, SVG, WMF, EMF, DXF, PS, HPGL, CGM and MIF.
  • High-fidelity image formats for Web and office including JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP and TIFF can be generated at ideal resolution settings for print or screen display.
  • Options to map, reference, substitute or outline Type 1 and TrueType fonts to compensate for font mismatches between source and target systems.

Vector Formats (Scalable and editable)

  • SVG for XML and the Web.
  • CGM for tech pubs and engineering.
  • MIF for FrameMaker.
  • EPS and PostScript.
  • DXF for CAD/CAM/CNC.
  • HPGL for CAD plotting and viewing.
  • WMF for Microsoft Office.
  • EMF for Microsoft Office and Microsoft Windows printing.

Raster Formants

  • TIFF for imaging, archiving, faxing, printing.
  • GIF, PNG and JPEG for the Web or office.
  • BMP for Microsoft Windows applications.
  • ASCII for index, search and processing.

ASCII Formats

  • ASCII text with placement.
  • Stripped ASCII text.
  • ASCII preview (first few lines from file for summary).