PDF Image Processing
What does PDF image processing involve?
PDF image processing involves a variety of functions, from creating the PDF image to modifying and storing it. PDF images can be created either directly, by creating a computer file and saving it in PDF format, or from a paper document, by scanning it and then converting it into PDF format. PDF image processing also involves the compression of such files to make them easier to store and OCR, a process that recognizes text characters in PDF documents. In addition, PDF images can be stored and archived.
What types of industries use PDF image processing?
Almost every industry has some uses for PDF image processing. It is especially important for industries that work with paper documents and convert them to digital format, and this is a very common phenomenon in the modern world, as businesses and organizations make the change from paper to digital. PDF images are used in healthcare for insurance forms, in banking for checks, in law for legal documents, and in a variety of other industries. This use increases as paper databases are replaced by digital ones.
Solutions for PDF image processing
The most important tools for working with PDF documents serve the purpose of making them manageable, accessible, and easy to use. You need to be able to convert other files to PDF format, reduce the file size when necessary, and be able to sort through them using the text, so that you can find the information that you need. CVISION's PdfCompressor allows you to do all of that, with conversion capabilities, compression, and OCR.
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