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Apryse's PDFGenie is a simple-to-use utility that can extract tables and text from existing PDF documents as HTML or XML. It is available as a command-line tool.
PDF is popular for its ability to display and print exactly the same on different computers. However, PDF documents are usually missing information for features such as paragraphs, tables, figures, headers, and footers. The lack of 'document structure' or 'logical structure' information makes it difficult to edit files or to view documents on small screens, or to extract meaningful data from a PDF. In a sense, the content becomes 'trapped'.
PDFGenie is able to recover table, text, and reading order from existing PDFs. This conversion analyzes the content of existing PDF files and performs an extraction of the logical structure in order to produce an HTML or XML reflowable document. This analysis and extraction of text and table features make this tool perfect for industries such as financial, legal, or health.
Like other Apryse products, PDFGenie does not rely on other third-party software. PDFGenie can be used in server environments or as a batch conversion process.
PDFGenie Command-Line utility is based on PDF SDK core technology which is available for integration in third party solutions and applications. For more information about our PDF SDK, please visit (https://apryse.com/products/core-sdk/pdf/) or contact a Apryse representative.
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part of the world (including Asian languages) and represent the extracted text using UTF-8 and UTF-16. To improve Unicode output PDFGenie can recognize vendor-specific Unicode character assignments (in the Private Use Area) and map them to public Unicode area. Similarly Unicode ligatures and PDF specific ligatures can be broken into a sequence of individual Unicode characters. Characters that can't be mapped to Unicode are predictably mapped in the Private Use Area.
logical structure engine used to recognize tables, words, lines, paragraphs, and the reading order in PDF documents. The engine can remove duplicated text commonly used to drop shadows, or text that is obscured by other page content. The text extractor also works flawlessly with PDF documents that contain rotated text or documents where the information is presented in a random order or is scattered across the page.
designed to be run in high throughput server-based and multi-threaded applications. A regular and rigorous Q&A process sets high standards for the reliability of all Apryse products.
algorithms coupled with low-memory usage and native code efficiency, make PDFGenie the ideal choice for high-traffic servers as well as for interactive applications.
Extracts text and tables from any PDF document to HTML or structured XML.
Offers different Unicode text encoding (UTF-8 and UTF-16) options.
Provides positioning, font, and styling information for every Paragraph, Line, Word, or a Glyph on a page.
Offers options to control the level of detail and the formatting in the output XML.
Offers advanced options to control ligature expansion, hyphen removal, and to remove duplicate text (e.g. which is sometimes used for drop shadow effects).
Option to remove hidden text or text that is obscured by other page elements (such as images or rectangles).
Ability to annotate structural segments of pages for debugging and analysis.
Support for all versions of the PDF format (PDF 1.0 to ISO32000).
Full support for encrypted documents (40 and 128 bit RC4 and 128 bit AES).
Supports automation and batch operation.
Server-based, on-demand conversion of PDF documents to XML format files.
Extract text and tables from a large PDF repository for text indexing or content retrieval purposes (e.g. to implement a PDF search engine).
Classify or summarize PDF documents based on their content. Find specific words for content editing purposes (such as splitting pages based on keywords, etc).
Convert PDF pages to XML for content repurposing or accessibility viewing.
Search PDF pages for specific words or keywords and return their positioning information (e.g. to highlight instances of a given word).
#!/bin/sh echo "Example 1) Convert PDF to HTML or XML using default options" pdfgenie *.pdf
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