Batch Adobe Compression
Adobe has become a household name with software products like Photoshop and their ubiquitous file format, PDF. PDFs are highly accessible and can support various multimedia. They are also popular in office settings as scanned documents are often converted to PDFs. However the more PDFs you have to deal with, the longer they will take to process. In addition to this, each PDF itself may be large in size due to the amount of content it can support. You can overcome this by using batch Adobe compression, which will compress Adobe files like PDF and make them more efficient.
What Compression Does
File compression operates by taking the PDF or image file and reducing its overall size. The larger a PDF is the harder it is to work with. Large PDFs take a long time to upload and download. When you finally receive and open them they may lag or open improperly because of their size. If you had to send numerous large PDFs out through email it would be difficult and time consuming to attach them. In some cases if the file exceeds the capacity that is allowed for attachments you will not be able to email it at all. Storage problems also come up because of the space the file takes up. Compression eliminates all of those problems by making the file compact without compromising any of the data. The compressed file is identical to the original but is now easier to work with.
Batch Compression Solutions
Having to contend with lengthy batches of PDFs is time consuming and places a strain on available resources. Once you compress the files you remove the need to wait for PDFs to load and transfer. Color documents can be reduced to 1/100th of its size and black and white documents can be reduced to 1/10th of its size. You can download and try out compression software for free from CVISION Technologies to use during a trial period.