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To convert PDF documents to different format types.
PDFDoc doc(filename); // Convert PDF document to SVG Convert::ToSvg(doc, output_filename + ".svg"); // Convert PDF document to XPS Convert::ToXps(filename, output_filename + ".xps"); // Convert PDF document to multipage TIFF Convert::TiffOutputOptions tiff_options = new Convert::TiffOutputOptions(); tiff_options.SetDPI(200); tiff_options.SetDither(true); tiff_options.SetMono(true); Convert::ToTiff(filename, output_filename + ".tiff", tiff_options); // Convert PDF to XOD Convert::ToXod(filename, output_filename + ".xod"); // Convert PNG to HTML Convert::ToHtml(filename, output_filename + ".html"); // Convert XPS to EPUB Convert::ToEpub(filename, output_filename + ".epub");
PDF Converter (SVG, XPS, TIFF, JPG, RTF, TXT, More)
Full sample code which shows how to use PDFNet Convert for direct, high-quality conversion between PDF, XPS, EMF, SVG, TIFF, PNG, JPEG, and other image formats.
The PDFtron SDK also supports converting from PDF to other formats like EMF, EPUB, XOD, HTML and XPS. In addition to the document formats, exporting to image formats like TIFF, SVG, PNG and JPEG are supported too. Keeping high level structures in a document intact, when converting from PDF to other document formats is of primary importance. This may seem trivial, however there are many instances when structure extraction from a PDF document is not completely satisfactory. As part of our efforts at PDFTron, to do this better we have created a tool called PDFGenie - a command-line utility for extracting tables and text from existing PDF documents as HTML or XML.
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