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PDF Optimization: An Overview

July 29, 2019

Hi everyone, We continue our PDF Optimization series (started with two articles about fonts, Pack and Optimize Fonts in PDF and Fonts Optimization in PDF) with a broader overview of what you can do to optimize PDFs. It’s not news, electronic documents are everywhere. Electronic invoices in PDF format, for example, represent the most considerable […]

PDF to PDF/A Converter

June 28, 2019

We’re happy to introduce our new PDF/A Converter, available in our SDK with GdPicture.NET version 14.1.22. Today we’re going to explain more how it works and why it’s a feature that will become a requirement (if not already) for most organizations. Why do you need a PDF/A converter? PDF/A is the ISO standard for long-term […]

First Edition of the PDF Day France: That’s a Wrap!

May 3, 2019

The first Edition of the PDF Day France took place in Toulouse on April 4th. Speakers from all over the world came to speak – en français – about various aspects of PDF technology. Au programme, we had: Elodie Tellier, COO and Communication Manager (ORPALIS) PDF ISO standards and the PDF Association Lionel Dejean, DMS […]

Fonts Optimization in PDF

March 25, 2019

Today we’re starting a new series of educational posts about PDF optimization. Reducing the size of a document without losing its quality becomes a crucial issue when more and more documents need to be stored and archived online.  For a general overview of fonts in PDF documents, you can read our previous article here.  Text […]

Pack and Optimize Fonts in PDF Documents with GdPicture.NET

September 5, 2018

Hi Everyone, Speaking about PDF format, one of its robust features is to accurately display your document regardless of software, hardware, or the operating system. Therefore fonts used to render the document content become an essential part of the document structure. And because the size matters, let’s try to reduce the file size by packing […]

PDF Accessibility with PDF/UA Generation

June 26, 2018

Create tagged PDFs using GdPicture.NET Document Imaging SDK Hi everyone, You agree that accessibility is crucial when your business requires to share comprehensible documents among various people, no matter what their ability to access the materials is. It does not only concern people with disabilities using assistive technologies like screen readers. Nowadays it also covers […]

PDF Days Europe 2018

May 18, 2018

 Hi everyone, Like last year, we have had again a great opportunity to be a part of the PDF world on 14-16 May 2018 in Berlin, Germany. The main PDF event of the year is organized by the PDF Association – PDF Days Europe 2018. The keynote of this conference was 25 years of […]

Use Safer Signing Process with GdPicture.NET

October 24, 2017

  Hi everyone, As most of you know, GdPicture.NET 14 toolkit offers, among numerous PDF features, the possibility to digitally sign or certify your PDF documents using digital IDs as well as the ability to decrypt shared PDF documents using digital certificates. Now we would like to introduce you to the new improved and enriched […]

Format Life Cycle: A Story Of WANG Annotations

June 16, 2017

ORPALIS releases an Open Source Converter for WANG annotations based on GdPicture.NET Hi Everyone, Even if Kodak/WANG annotations are now legacy, they are still quite common. Yet, they can be difficult to read with modern tools. Today we’re going to go over a quick history of this annotation format, and we will see how we […]

GdPicture.NET 14 is Here. What’s Next?

May 13, 2017

  For the last thirteen years, we have tried our best to frequently publish minor, medium and major upgrades, while delivering new functionalities almost each week. In the meantime, we have provided a high quality and very reactive technical support, in order to bring a solution to each reported issue as quickly as possible. This […]