DynamicPDF Rasterizer for .NET is a simple to use .NET library to quickly take your vector-based file format (PDF that is) and convert it to a pixel-based format (an image format). This process can significantly reduce the overall size of the document and then allows you to use the output image for other purposes where PDF documents may not be ideal. With a Free Evaluation Edition to try, why not start using DynamicPDF Rasterizer Today!
The following example demonstrates how to take a PDF file and rasterized it into a JPEG file. Rasterizing a PDF file to a JPEG can be done in just two simple lines of code.C# Code:
1: PdfRasterizer rasterizer = new PdfRasterizer("DocumentA.pdf");
2: rasterizer.Draw("DocumentA.jpeg", ImageFormat.Jpeg, ImageSize.Dpi72);
1: Dim rasterizer As PdfRasterizer = New PdfRasterizer("DocumentA.pdf")
2: rasterizer.Draw("DocumentA.jpeg", ImageFormat.Jpeg, ImageSize.Dpi72)
Below is a list of the main features of our DynamicPDF Rasterizer for .NET.
If you are already using any of our other great DynamicPDF products or if you plan to in the future, you can rest assured that DynamicPDF Rasterizer will work seamlessly with all our other products. So whether you are creating PDF documents from scratch using DynamicPDF Generator or DynamicPDF ReportWriter, merging or filling in PDF documents using DynamicPDF Merger or converting files to PDFs with DynamicPDF Converter you can now seamlessly create rasterized images out of PDF documents created with any of those above mentioned product (or any other PDF you have).
Just wanted to let you know that everything went smoothly and your product is great. It was easy to implement and we had no problems getting it going. I think I already sent you guys an email about this but your programmers did a great job because the object model is written very well (especially compared to the other pdf component we almost went with).
Trevor Pinkney, Azentra Inc.