Reducing PDF Size
What is reducing PDF size?
Reducing PDF size is the same as compressing a PDF. Essentially, this means making the file smaller so that it is easier to store and transmit. PDFs can initially be very large, using up a lot of disk space, taking time to upload, and filling up email inboxes. However, because PDF is such a convenient format to use, many people prefer to continue using it and simply compress the files, keeping all of the same content and PDF capabilities.
Is reducing PDF size difficult?
Reducing PDF size is very simple. With the help of PDF compression software, you can perform this process quickly and easily for all of your documents. All you have to do is scan a file, and the rest is done automatically. It doesn’t even matter if your scanner outputs a file format other than PDF, because compression software can convert other formats to PDF automatically. Then, the file is compressed and ready to store or share with others.
Tools for reducing PDF size
There are different types of software available for reducing file size, and it may sometimes seem daunting to try to pick the right one. However, breaking it down to the most essential features makes the choice clearer. Some major factors are information loss, compression rate, speed, and OCR capabilities. It is important to have software that provides lossless compression, so that you keep all of the important data, but at the same time reduce the file size enough to be helpful. Additionally, you may need to process large quantities of PDF files quickly, and use OCR to make them text-searchable. CVISION’s PdfCompressor has all of these features to make compression as easy as possible. See for yourself how effective it is by downloading the free trial version.