Convert PostScript, EPS and PDF files to vector and raster images in batch mode, and configure advanced output settings using this pro tool.
- PDF FLY
- Version :10.0 Build 1010
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Visual Integrity
PDF FLY Description
PDF FLY is a comprehensive application that you can use to convert PostScript, EPS and PDF files into vector and raster image filetypes, namely SVG, CGM, WMF, EMF, MIF, EPS, HPGL, DXF, PS, TIFF, PNG, GIF, JPEG and BMP, along with plain text (formatted ASCII). It contains advanced options for business environments and professional users, such as technical writers or engineers.
Simple interface for file conversion
The tool’s wrapped in a wizard-like interface that guides you through every step of the configuration procedure. It doesn’t put emphasis on the graphical elements, though.
You can get started by populating the task list with as many PostScript, EPS and PDF files as you want, thanks to the fact that batch processing is supported.
Configure conversion settings
In the following wizard stage, you can pick the preferred destination directory and format when it comes to the vector and raster content type, as well as tinker with a wide range of settings, such as page rotation, text scaling, line joining and ending emulation, font warnings, PDF cropping, together with the character type.
Moreover, you can instruct the tool to ignore images, text and paths, embed raster images and fonts, treat paths as polylines, remove white fills from attributes, pick the layers, enable metric scaling, dither images, generate multi-page TIFFs, set the virtual device coordinates, and so on.
Evaluation and conclusion
Conversion tasks were carried out fast in our tests, during which PDF FLY remained light on system resources consumption, as it needed low CPU and RAM to work properly. We haven’t encountered any stability issues, as it didn’t freeze, crash or indicate errors.
All in all, PDF FLY proves to be a resourceful application for creating various types of vector and raster images from PostScript, EPS and PDF. It’s geared toward professionals.