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PDF Vision .NET is Now 300% Faster in Converting JPEG and TIFF to PDF Under .NET

Sep 15 2013, 3:15am CDT | by PR.com

Feature-rich .Net library for developers who requires function of creating PDF from Jpeg, Tiff and other images in own applications.

Moscow, Russia, September 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- SautinSoft, a leading developer of conversion technologies, today announces the release of a new version of PDF Vision .Net, an innovative library...

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PDF Vision .NET is Now 300% Faster in Converting JPEG and TIFF to PDF Under .NET

Sep 15 2013, 3:15am CDT | by PR.com

Feature-rich .Net library for developers who requires function of creating PDF from Jpeg, Tiff and other images in own applications.

Moscow, Russia, September 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- SautinSoft, a leading developer of conversion technologies, today announces the release of a new version of PDF Vision .Net, an innovative library which significantly simplifies creating PDF documents from images for .Net developers. It reduces the tens of thousands of lines of code that are necessary for a developer (e.g. to convert Jpeg to PDF in c#) to 2-3 lines. The main innovation is new core engine which makes PDF Vision .Net 300% faster than earlier versions and one of the fastest Jpeg to PDF .Net libraries in the world.

Currently, PDF and Jpeg formats are widely used in any types of applications. On a related note, software developers require as a Jpeg to PDF function as so and vice versa. Jpeg format is ideal for storing and formatting images. In contrast, PDF is perfect format for printing and creating new documents. Given this fact, a good reason to convert JPG images to PDF – most notably, convenience and organization. New PDF Vision .Net offers a wide API to convert Jpeg to PDF in memory, as files or url, set page properties, quality, compression level, position and dimensions at any page. Due to PDF Vision .Net a software developer don't need to know Jpeg and PDF formats but only add a few lines of code and the file SautinSoft.PdfVision.dll into their applications.

Another point of interest, that converting of Multipage TIFF to PDF now works 50% faster. Furthermore, PDF Vision .Net now supports even TIFF documents in complex encoding which can't be processed by standard System.Drawing.Image class. A lot of questions at software developer forums such as stackoverflow.com illustrate a vital demand on converting TIFF to PDF among .Net programmers.

Prices for the developer license for PDF Vision .Net begin at $150(US). The license never expires, and includes 12 months of updates. There are no royalty fees for the use of PDF Vision .Net. Extremely important that SautinSoft offers a free technical support regarding integration of PDF Vision .Net and any consultation about converting of PDF and Images via online-chat, email, phone, and Skype.

SautinSoft has provided a free evaluation license for new users who wish to experiment with PDF Vision .Net before purchasing a developer, site, or server license.

The library requires only .Net 2.0 or higher, and can be used in C#, VB.Net, and Delphi.Net, as well as ASP.Net, WPF, WinForms, Silverlight and runs on 32-bit and 64-bit platforms on Windows, Linux (Mono-project), Android and Mac.

PDF Vision .Net 4.5 has been designed to be completely compatible with Windows 8, and is written in Visual Studio 2012 and compiled against .Net 4.5. Further details are available on their website at http://www.sautinsoft.com/products/convert-html-pdf-and-tiff-pdf-asp.net/html-to-pdf-jpeg-tiff-gif-to-pdf-asp.net.php.

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Product page link: http://www.sautinsoft.com/products/convert-html-pdf-and-tiff-pdf-asp.net/html-to-pdf-jpeg-tiff-gif-to-pdf-asp.net.php
Download link: http://www.sautinsoft.com/components/pdf_vision_net.zip

Contact Information:
SautinSoftware
Tamara Slabnina
+ 7 391 278 95 26
Contact via Email
http://www.sautinsoft.com

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