Detecting page dimensions/orientation prior to rasterization

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I am using DynamicPDF Rasterizer for .NET to rasterize PDF files to TIFF format, and using the MaxImageSize class to limit the size to a 8.5 inches wide and 14 inches tall (standard legal size paper) at 300 dpi.

I want to be able to detect the dimensions to determine the orientation of each page in the PDF prior to converting so that I can switch the width/height values, but I do not see a property or method to get the dimensions or orientation in the PdfRasterizerPage class.

What is your recommended approach to determining the PDF page dimensions prior to rasterizing?
Posted by a ceTe Software moderator

Here is the sample code that shows how to retrieve the height and width of a PDF page.

            InputPdf doc = new InputPdf("Input.pdf");
            PdfRasterizer rast = new PdfRasterizer(doc);
            //Get the height and width of the page.
            float width = (float)doc.Pages[0].Width;
            float height = (float)doc.Pages[0].Height;
            rast.Draw("documentd.tiff", ImageFormat.TiffWithLzw, DpiImageSize.Dpi300);

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