TIFF SDK (PDF, Postscript, EPS, WMF, EMF to TIFF)

TIFF SDK (PDF, Postscript, EPS, WMF, EMF to TIFF)The TIFF (FAX/Archive) SDK is optimized to generate high fidelity TIFF images. The streamlined API requires just two calls to the engine and a customized conversion profile (.ini). Choose from a PDF/PostScript or Metafile input bundle and generate files in your choice of TIFF formats. Intelligent configuration options give a high degree of flexibility over the resulting conversion. Control size, quality, resolution, cropping and more in the easy to edit .ini file. Entire files can be converted or just selected pages. Ideal for automating document workflows or other batch conversion task. The TIFF FAX/Archive Server is ideal for transforming content into archive images. The TIFF FAX/Archive SDK is multiplatform and scalable. It requires just two calls to automate the conversion. Developers intending to distribute applications commercially, or to subscribers over the Internet, must purchase the appropriate CPU or Server License. It is easily integrated via a DLL or the command line, enabling its use in virtually any programming environment including Visual Basic, C/C++, Paradox, Delphi, ASP, .NET and more. It is licensed per application or project and includes 500 end-user runtimes or the right to run the resulting process on up to eight limited production servers each supporting conversion of up to 10,000 files per year. For redistribution beyond these limits, additional End-User Runtime Licenses are available or an OEM agreement may be negotiated. Lite and Unlimited Production Server licenses are also available.
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