CVista API

Document Management PDF Toolkit for
Compression, and OCR Integration

The CVista API Toolkit for Custom PDF Solutions

Many document management applications now require an imaging component as part of their turnkey solution. But without the right imaging solution, scanned documents won't transmit, web-host, or display efficiently. Compression is a key component to managing corporate PDF and/or image documents over the web within an efficient, web-compliant solution. With compression rates of up to 100x for color documents (10x for black and white), and support for OCR, headers/footers, Bates stamping, watermarks, merging, and security, CVISION's PDF imaging toolkit or SDK (Software Development Kit) can maximize the functionality of your document management application. CVISION saves your clients both time and money.

With CVISION's PdfCompressor API toolkit, the task of seamlessly integrating PDF conversion, compression, search, and web-optimization into your existing software just got simpler. With our SDK, the resulting documents and images will store smaller and transmit faster. Our imaging toolkit will enable you to offer all the advantages of PDF format with very high accuracy, OCR (searchability), and the world's best PDF-compliant compression rates for scanned documents. Software integration has never been this easy - or this good.

The CVista API Toolkit allows for single and multipage conversion from TIFF, G4-encoded PDF, BMP or JPEG formats to JBIG2/JPX/MRC-encoded PDF format, as well as conversion from compressed PDF back into any of the above-mentioned formats. The compressed PDF files are viewable in Adobe Reader™ 5.0 and up. The PdfCompressor API supports Microsoft VB/VC++.

Now, you have a PDF imaging toolkit to enable your database software to navigate through scanned documents with the ease and control of electronic files.

To try CVISION's PdfCompressor API Toolkit, just send email requesting an evaluation copy to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it