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Add-on modules for Ruby library

Some functionality available in the PDFTron SDK requires add-on modules in order to function. This is usually because including the module within the main library would make it too large.

All of the Add-on modules require the PDFTron SDK to function correctly.

OCR module

The OCR module is packaged as a zip archive, and is meant to be expanded directly into the directory of your previously PDFTron SDK download. For example, if you previously downloaded the 64 bit C/C++ package, then the OCR module would be expanded directly into the PDFNetC64 directory, overwriting files if required.

The module can be downloaded here:

The archive contains the module binary itself, as well as some sample documents for testing. There is an OCRTest sample application available in the main SDK download package that should be fully functional once this module is installed correctly.

CAD module

The CAD module is packaged as a zip archive, and is meant to be expanded directly into the directory of your previously PDFTron SDK download. For example, if you previously downloaded the 64 bit C/C++ package, then the CAD module would be expanded directly into the PDFNetC64 directory, overwriting files if required.

The module can be downloaded here:

The archive contains the module binary itself, as well as a sample document for testing. There is a CAD2PDF sample application available in the main SDK download package that should be fully functional once this module is installed correctly.

Advanced imaging module

The advanced imaging module is packaged as a zip archive, and is meant to be expanded directly into the directory of your previously PDFTron SDK download. For example, if you previously downloaded the 64 bit C/C++ package, then the module would be expanded directly into the PDFNetC64 directory, overwriting files if required.

The module can be downloaded here:

The archive contains the module binary itself, as well as a sample document for testing. There is an AdvancedImagingTest sample application available in the main SDK download package that should be fully functional once this module is installed correctly.

Supported advanced imaging formats

The module supports the following file formats.

  • AAI
  • ARW
  • CR2
  • CRW
  • CUR, ICO
  • DCM
  • DCR
  • DDS
  • HEIC, HEIF
  • MRW
  • NEF
  • ORF
  • PICT
  • PFM
  • PSB, PSD
  • RAF

PDF2Word Module

The PDF2Word module is packaged as a zip archive, and is meant to be expanded directly into the directory of your previously PDFTron SDK download. For example, if you previously downloaded the 64 bit C/C++ package, then the PDF2Word module would be expanded directly into the PDFNetC64 directory, overwriting files if required.

The module can be downloaded here:

The archive contains the module binary itself, as well as a sample document for testing. There is a PDF2Word sample application available in the main SDK download package that should be fully functional once this module is installed correctly.

PDF2HTML Reflow Paragraph Module

The PDF2HTML reflow paragraph module is packaged as a zip archive, and is meant to be expanded directly into the directory of your previously PDFTron SDK download. For example, if you previously downloaded the 64 bit C/C++ package, then the PDF2HTML reflow paragraph module would be expanded directly into the PDFNetC64 directory, overwriting files if required.

The module can be downloaded here:

The archive contains the module binary itself, as well as a sample document for testing. There is a PDF2HTML sample application available in the main SDK download package that should be fully functional once this module is installed correctly.

HTML2PDF

The HTML2PDF module is packaged as a zip archive, and is meant to be expanded directly into the directory of your previously PDFTron SDK download. For example, if you previously downloaded the 64 bit C/C++ package, then the HTML2PDF module would be expanded directly into the PDFNetC64 directory, overwriting files if required.

The module can be downloaded here:

The archive contains the module binary itself. There is an HTML2PDF sample application available in the main SDK download package that should be fully functional once this module is installed correctly.

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