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Usage: docpub [<options>] file... OPTIONS: -h [ --help ] Print a listing of available options. -v [ --version ] Print the version information. --file... arg A list of folders and/or file names to process. -s [ --subfolders ] Process all subfolders. -f [ --format ] arg The output format. The following is a list of supported export formats: pdf xps (Print XPS) xod (Web optimized XPS, WebViewer format) html epub epub_exp (epub expanded) -o [ --outdir ] arg The output directory. The folder can be relative to the current working folder. If the folder does not exist DocPub will attempt to create the required path. If this parameter is not specified all files will be saved relative to the current working folder. --fname arg The explicit name for the converted file. The parameter is used only when converting one file at a time. The output file will be stored in the 'outdir' folder. --extension arg The file extension which filters the files to be processed by the specified type. -p [ --pass ] arg The password to process the input file. The password is required only when the input document is encrypted. --noprompt Disables any user input. By default, the application will ask for a valid password if the password is incorrect. --suffix arg A string to append to all output filenames. This option is typically used to tag output filenames during multi-file or batch conversion. For example, if input file is "my.pdf" and suffix is "_pdfa" the output filename will be "my_pdfa.pdf". -e [ --output_extension ] arg The file extension which will replace the output format extension. For example if the output format is set to 'xod' and output extension is set to 'xps' the extension of the output file will be '.xps' -z [ --linearize ] Linearize the converted PDF files. --verb arg (=1) Set the verbosity level to 'arg' (0-5). --noprinter Disable virtual print driver use. --config arg Load xml file to configure font substitution for missing fonts. By default, tries to load the file "config.xml" in the current working directory. --xfdf arg (For PDF output only.) Merge xfdf file into PDF output. -d [ --dpi ] arg (=140) For conversions to .xps, .xod, .html or .epub only. The output resolution, from 1 to 1000, in Dots Per Inch (DPI) at which to render elements which cannot be directly converted. The higher the DPI, the largre the image. --printmode For conversions to .xps or .xod only. Renders annotations in the print mode. This option can be used to render 'Print Only' annotations and to hide 'Screen Only' annotations. --norender For conversions to .xps or .xod only. Disables rendering of pages which cannot be mapped accurately. --enhance_thin_lines arg (=true) For conversions to .xps or .xod only. If converting from PDF can enable or disable making thin lines appear thicker in the output document. This is useful because some thin lines can appear invisible in XPS/XOD, but not in the original PDF. true, thin lines are enhanced. false, lines are not enhanced. By default, true is used. --url_links For conversions to .xps, .xod, .html or .epub only. By default links are not generated for urls found in the document. This option enables that generation. --internal_links For conversions to .html or .epub only. By default internal page jumps are not generated for go to page navigations found in the document. This option enables that generation. --op arg (=pdfx) For conversions to .xps or .xod only. Specifies if overprint simulation is used. Overprint is a device dependent feature and the results will vary depending on the output color space and supported colorants (i.e. CMYK, CMYK+spot, RGB, etc). Possible values are: off, overprint is turned off on, overprint is turned on pdfx, overprint is turned on only for PDF/X files By default, pdfx is used. --nothumbs For conversions to .xod only. Exclude thumbnails from the document. --thumbsize arg (=400,1500) For conversions to .xod only. The width and height of a square (pixels) in which thumbnails will be contained. The value can be specified as a single number which applies to all thumbnails or as two comma separated values normal,large in order to specify a different size for large PDF pages. The default value is 400 pixels for normal pages and 1500 pixels for large pages. --console_out For conversions to .xod only and exactly one input file may be specified. Write the output to the console rather than a file which allows output files to be streamed to the consumer. --mask_workaround For conversions to .xod only. Enable rendering of pages containing opacity masks. This option is used as a workaround to a bug in Silverlight where opacity masks are transformed incorrectly. --silverlight_text_workaround For conversions to .xod only. Outputs rotated text as paths. This option is used as a workaround to a bug in Silverlight where pages with rotated text could cause the plugin to crash. --max_image_pixels arg (=10000000) For conversions to .xod, .pdf (with flattening), .html or .epub. Specifies the maximum image size in pixels. --scale arg (=1) For conversions to .html or .epub only. Adjusts the generated html page size. --epub_reuse_cover For conversions to .epub only. The first EPUB page uses the cover image, and will have no selectable text. --simplify_text Produces lightweight HTML output that loads faster, but placement of individual characters may be less precise. The option applies only to HTML/EPUB output. --flatten arg For conversions to .xod and to .pdf only. Used to reduce some PDF content to a simple background image. While flattening tries to preserve vector text, some text might be flattened, especially in simple mode. off, disable flattening. fast, will convert content deemed complex to a background image, while trying to preserve vector text, and keeping file size down. simple, reduces the PDF to two layers; a RGB background image layer and an overlapping vector text layer. By default, fast is used for conversion to .xod and off is used for conversion to .pdf. --flatten_threshold arg (=default) For conversions that use --flatten [simple|fast]. Used to control how precise or relaxed text flattening is. Some text can be preserved (not flattened to image) at the expense that the output might not be exactly the same as the input. very_strict, render (flatten) any text that is clipped or occluded. strict, render text that are marginally clipped or occluded. default, render text that are somewhat clipped or occluded. keep_most, only render text that are seriously clipped or occluded. keep_all, only render text that are completely occluded, or used as a clipping path. --prefer_jpg arg (=true) For conversions to .xod, .html, .epub or to .pdf with --flatten [simple|fast], only. Where possible, output JPG files rather than PNG. This will apply to both thumbnails and document images. true, generate JPG whenever possible. false, no preference given to JPG. By default, true is used. --builtin_docx arg (=false) For conversions from .docx format, prefer the built-in native conversion over any system dependent conversion true, use native conversion whenever possible (currently for .docx only). false, will only use native conversion if there are no other methods available. By default, native conversion is not preferred. --resource_doc arg The path to an office document that will be searched for embedded resources during office conversion process. This document could contain embedded fonts that are not present in the document to convert, for example. This setting only has an effect for office conversions using the built-in converter (see the "builtin_docx" option) --jpg_quality arg Set JPG compression quality, from 0 to 100. --external_parts For conversions to .xod only. Output XOD as a collection of loose files rather than a zip archive. This option should be used when using the external part retriever in WebViewer. --silverlight_flash_compatible For conversions to .xod only. The latest XOD format is only partially supported in Silverlight and Flash due to various optimizations in the text format and the addition of blend mode support. This option forces the converter to use an older version of XOD that is Silverlight/Flash compatible but does not have these improvements. By default the latest XOD format is generated. --xod_encrypt_password arg For conversions to .xod only. Encrypt XOD parts with AES 128 encryption using the supplied password. --annotations arg For conversions to .xod only. Choose how to output annotations. The following is a list of supported annotation output options: internal (include the annotation file in the XOD output. This is the default option.) external (output the annotation file externally to the same output path with extension .xfdf. This option is not available with the console_out option) Examples: docpub in1.pdf in2.xps -o todir docpub fromdir -o todir -f pdf docpub -o outdir in.doc -f xps docpub fromdir -o outdir -z --subfolders --verb 2 -f xps
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