How to detect the original PDF size/format/orientation and then create a XPS accordingly?

Hi there,

I'm testing your product, so far.. nice tool. if everything goes alright, I will recommend my clients to buy it from you.

But I've noticed a problem with it.

When converting from PDF to XPS.. if my original document (PDF) contain a landscape oriented image larger than the default portrait oriented destination XPS.. the image AND data are cropped in the destination. To better understanding Please find attached..

JPG file (original image used to create the PDF file)
PDF file (source document)
XPS file (destination document, created by your tool.)

I have tested several combinations with the tool command line options but no success... if I'm doing something wrong, please tell me!

If I'm not, Please let me know if you can fix it, so I can continue to test your tool.

The ideal fix is your tool detect the original PDF size/format/orientation and then create a XPS accordingly.

My clients usually have a mix of PDF documents... created either by:
Printing sources data directly to the PDF..
Scanning images into the PDF...

so no way to specify manually the orientation for each conversion.

Please let me know asap.

Best Regards,

Please add "-vector" option to try again, this option does determine the page orientation automatically, for example,

pdf2vec.exe -vector D:\downloads\test_verypdf.pdf D:\downloads\test_verypdf.xps



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