[VeryDOC Release Notes] VeryDOC PDF to Vector Converter Command Line does support -vector, -vectorplus, -vectorgray options

VeryDOC has released a new version of PDF to Vector Converter Command Line today, the new version is support -vector, -vectorplus, -vectorgray options, these options will render PDF file to vector graphics first, print vector graphics to Windows Printer and create XPS, PCL, Postscript etc. file formats.

http://www.verydoc.com/pdf-to-vector.html
http://www.verydoc.com/pdf2vec_cmd.zip

-vector                  : render PDF page to vector EMF before printing
-vectorplus         : render PDF page to vector EMF with GDIPlus before printing
-vectorgray         : render PDF page to vector EMF with grayscale before printing

Some Command Line examples,

pdf2vec.exe drawing.pdf _out_drawing.xps
pdf2vec.exe -vector drawing.pdf _out_drawing_vector.xps
pdf2vec.exe -vectorplus drawing.pdf _out_drawing_vectorplus.xps
pdf2vec.exe -vectorgray test.pdf _out_drawing_vectorgray.xps
pdf2vec.exe -vectorgray test.pdf _out_drawing_vectorgray.pcl
pdf2vec.exe -vectorgray -psmode 0 test.pdf _out_drawing_vectorgray.ps

This is original PDF file, it is contain color information,

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With -vectorgray option, we can convert all color objects to grayscale colorspace in a new XPS file, here is a screenshot of output XPS file,

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This XPS file was created from following command line,

pdf2vec.exe -vectorgray test.pdf _out_drawing_vectorgray.xps

-vectorplus option does use GDIPlus module to render PDF file to XPS file, this is original PDF file, this PDF file is contain lots of drawings,

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The following output XPS file is created by -vector option,

pdf2vec.exe -vector drawing.pdf _out_drawing_vector.xps

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The following output XPS file is created by -vectorplus option,

pdf2vec.exe -vectorplus drawing.pdf _out_drawing_vectorplus.xps

 

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-vectorplus and -vector two parameters have some difference on output XPS file, you can download the trial version and test them by yourself.

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