Cambridge, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 21, 2008 -- A set of robust, professional, command line tools for modifying PDF files from the command line have been updated to version 1.1. They are suitable for stand-alone use or from within scripts or programs server-side.
They are accompanied by a comprehensive 50-page manual.
New features in Version 1.1:
Multiline text stamps
Blacken lines and fills for better printing
Scale pages to fit a given paper size
Scale page contents
Add whole directory of files at once
Use page size names (e.g a4paper)
Print individual page information (media box etc)
Quality Split and Merge, keeping bookmarks.
Scale, rotate, crop and flip pages
Encrypt and Decrypt (including AES encryption)
Add logos, watermarks, page numbers and text
Read and set document information and metadata
Linearize (Fast web view)
Copy, Remove and Add bookmarks
Make PDF-based presentations
Put multiple pages on a single page
Thicken hairlines, blacken text, make draft documents
Copy, remove and manipulate annotations
Add and remove file attachments
Full feature list: http://www.coherentpdf.com/features.html
The toolkit runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux/x86. Other platforms are by request.
Demo versions are available on the website, together with the product manual.
A single-use client license is 99 pounds sterling (about 200 US dollars). A Personal non-commercial single license is 39 pounds sterling (about 80 US dollars).
Multiple licenses are competitively priced with discounts beginning after just two copies.
About the company:
Cambridge, England based Coherent Graphics Ltd specializes in vector graphics software, based on Adobe's PDF technology and their own innovative rendering methods.
PDF Tools: http://www.coherentpdf.com/
Company website: http://www.coherentgraphics.co.uk/
REVIEW COPIES OF FULL SOFTWARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST