Why Compress PDF?
PDF is one of the most widely used file formats for scanned documents. It is easy to view and share, and can support a variety of texts, fonts, graphics, and images. However its adaptability opens the way to an overload of content. The more text, images, or other media within a PDF file, the bigger it becomes. A bigger file takes longer to upload and download. Upon downloading, often times it may lag or open incorrectly because of the amount of data. The solution to this is PDF compression, which reduces the size of the file without sacrificing the quality of the content.
Batch Compress PDF
In a busy office environment there will be a high volume of documents and paperwork that will be scanned and converted into PDF. Even if each individual PDF is relatively small, the combined amount of data in a large batch of PDFs may overwhelm storage capacity. Fortunately PDF compression works on batches of documents as well. This allows you to compress a large number of PDFs simultaneously, instead of compressing each one individually. The compressed PDFs will take less time to upload and download, meaning employees can use their time more efficiently and productively. The newly compressed files are identical in appearance to the original copies. Documents in black and white can be reduced to 1/100th of its size, while color documents can be reduced to 1/10th of its size. Even a very large batch of documents can now be viewed and transferred easily due to its smaller size.
PDF Compression Software
It is important to be able to batch compress PDF files because it saves a lot of time and resources without compromising quality. An excellent provider of compression software is CVISION Technologies. Their products are known for their quality and effectiveness. CVISION products are quick and accurate, and come with a free 30-day trial.