XPS to PDF And Image Converter

xps2pdf.exe doesn’t support german umlauts special characters in filename and file path

If the temporary path (stored in environment-variable TEMP) contains special characters, german umlauts (äöü) in this case, the conversion with xps2pdf fails. It fails also if the paths with the converted files doesn’t contain those characters.

Sample:
TEMP=C:\Users\köln\AppData\Local\Temp

Customer
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We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to you, xps2pdf.exe does support ANSI characters in filename and file path, the german umlauts (äöü) characters are belong to Unicode characters, so xps2pdf.exe can’t support the filename and file path which contain these characters yet, sorry for this problem, however, we will try to support these special customers in the future releases.

Although xps2pdf.exe doesn’t these special characters in filename and file path, but it does support these special characters in the file contents in XPS file, please don’t worry about this matter.

XPS-to-PDF is a simple, efficient and fast way to batch convert XMLPaper Specification (XPS, *.xps) and Open XML Paper Specification(OXPS, *.oxps) documents into PDF, JPG, PNG, TIFF, Multi-Page TIFF, BMP and Plain Text formats. In addition XPS-to-PDF can extracts raster images from XPS/OXPS documents. XPS-to-PDF supports JPEG, JPEG2000 and Flate image compression types along with output quality for PDF conversion. XPS-to-PDF is available on following web page,

https://www.verydoc.com/xps-to-pdf.html

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Postscript to PDF Converter

Convert .PS to .PDF and encounter "There has one instance is running, we have to wait at here" error message.

Hi Support,

Well, let’s get down to business.

We use your system to generate print jobs (converting a .PS file “PostScript” to .PDF). Today I have a difficulty that we are not managing to solve.

When I try to print, the ps2pdf.exe program cannot seem to convert a .PS file to .PDF.
The program is simply stuck and does not work.

I saw the following message in the log:
Thank you for choosing “VeryDOC Postscript to PDF Converter Command line” product on “http://www.verydoc.com” site.
[0] There has one instance is running, we have to wait at here …

You simply load several lines with the same message.

* NOTE: I’m using on a windows 10 Pro x64

Would you know the reason for this crash? Could you help in that case?

Regards.
Customer
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Sorry for this problem, we suggest you may reboot your system first, and run same command line to try again, could you get it work after you reboot your system?

btw, is this problem appear on single PS file only or does it appear for all of your PS files? if this problem appear only for one PS file, you may send that PS file to us for test purpose, after we check that PS file, we will figure out a solution to you asap.

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Hi Support,

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I did some procedures to try to resolve these situations:

-We restarted the machine a few times, but that didn’t solve it.
-We installed the software again. ( unsuccessfully)
-I copied the .PS file to another directory and via the command line I tried to make the conversion, but the same problem happens.
* You can view it from the screenshot.

Note:
It seems that it would not be a problem with the .PS file generated because doing the same test via the command line on another machine, it works. the PS file is converted to PDF.

I don’t know, but I believe there is a problem with either ps2pdf.exe or the spoolsv service. If necessary I can perform a memory dump of the ps2pdf process (if this is useful for your analysis).

**Some observations:
-This Windows 10 does not have antivirus.
-Firewall is disabled
-UAC level is at minimum
-All tests were performed with Administrator user.

Let me know what information you need to analyze this case.

Thank you for your attention and support.

Customer
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Sorry for this problem, I guess your system has more instances of ps2pdf.exe is running, you may run following command line to kill all instances of ps2pdf.exe process first,

tskill ps2pdf

after that, you can run ps2pdf.exe again, we hope you will able to get it work at this time.

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PDF to PDF/A Converter

How to convert from Scanned Searchable PDF to PDF/A-1a files?

I need to convert Scanned Searchable PDFs (produced with Tesseract or Abbyy) to PDF-A-1a.

I’d like to use your pdf2pdfa command line tool to do so.

I downloaded the trial from here:

http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2pdfa_cmd.zip

On below web page, it says that I can create PDF-A-1a with the tool but whatever I do, I always get PDF-A-1b output.

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201509/pdfa-manager-convert-pdf-to-pdfa-files-frequent-questions-about-pdfa-41792.html

Customer
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Thanks for your message, VeryDOC PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line does create the PDF/A-1b without any problem, please look at attached screenshot, I tested a PDF file in my system just now, the resultant PDF file is 100% comply with PDF/A-1b format.

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VeryDOC
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Dear,

Yes that is the point. I am looking for PDF-A-1a and not PDF-A-1b

I know it’s only one letter but it’s important.

Your web page:

http://www.verypdf.com/wordpress/201509/pdfa-manager-convert-pdf-to-pdfa-files-frequent-questions-about-pdfa-41792.html

States:

Supports both PDF/A-1a and PDF/A-1b.

I need the A-1a variant. Not the A-1b.

Customer
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Thanks for your message, we have created a new version of PDF to PDF/A Converter Command Line software to you, please download the new version from this URL, you can use new version to convert from PDF files to PDF/A-1a files easily,

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after you download it, you can run following command line to convert your PDF file to PDF/A-1a file,

pdf2pdfa.exe -mode 3 -pdfcompliance PDFA1a C:\in.pdf C:\pdfa-out.pdf

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DWG to Image Converter

How to convert DWG file to PNG Image file and trim the margins from PNG image file?

You can use following steps to convert from DWG files to PNG Image files and trim the margins from PNG image files also.

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1. Use DWG to Vector Converter Command Line to convert your DWG file to PDF file first,

https://www.verydoc.com/dwg-to-vector.html
http://www.verydoc.com/verydoc_dwg2vector_cmd.zip

You could run following command line to convert your DWG file to PDF file,

dwg2vec.exe C:\test.dwg C:\out.pdf

2. Use PDF to Image Converter Command Line to convert the PDF file to PNG file with 600 DPI option,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-to-image-converter/command-line.html
http://www.verypdf.com/dl2.php/pdf2image_win.zip

You could run following command line to convert your PDF file to PNG image file with 600DPI,

pdf2img.exe -r 600 D:\test.pdf D:\out.png

3. Use “trimimage.exe” in docPrint Pro to trim the margins from PNG image file,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/document-converter/try-and-buy.html#buy_pro
http://www.verypdf.com/artprint/docprint_pro_setup.exe

after you download and install it, you could run following command line to trim the margins from your PNG image file,

“C:\Program Files (x86)\docPrint Pro v8.0\psdriver\trimimage.exe” D:\dwg2png.png D:\dwg2png_trim.png

The final D:\dwg2png_trim.png file will no margins, we hope above steps will useful to you.

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DOC to Any Converter

How to batch convert from XLSX files to CSV files without MS Excel application installed?

Hello,
I noticed that you offer a solution to convert XLSX to CSV. Here is what i am looking for and wanted to know if your product can do this via BATCH:

1. Assign a a target folder.
2. Search that target folder for all *.XLSX files.
3. Convert all *.XLSX files in that folder saving as *.XLSX.CSV
4. Delete converted *.XLSX files from that folder

Customer
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Thanks for your message, we suggest you may download VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter Command Line from this web page to try, you can use VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter Command Line to batch convert from XLSX to CSV files easily,

https://www.verydoc.com/doc-to-any.html
http://www.verydoc.com/doc2any_cmd.zip

After you download it, you could run following command line to convert a XLSX file to CSV file from command line,

doc2any.exe -nooffice D:\test.xlsx D:\out.csv

You could run following command line to batch convert all XLSX files to CSV files in D:\temp folder,

for %F in (D:\temp\*.xlsx) do doc2any.exe -nooffice “%F” “%~dpnF.csv”

If you wish convert all XLSX files in D:\temp and its all sub-folders, you could run following command line,

for /r D:\temp %F in (*.xlsx) do doc2any.exe -nooffice “%F” “%~dpnF.csv”

The Command Line application works great for batch conversion, you may download it from our website to try, if you encounter any problem, please feel free to let us know, we are glad to assist you asap.

btw, VeryDOC DOC to Any Converter Command Line doesn’t require MS Excel application installed in your system, it’s a standalone application.

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