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Apryse's PDF2HTML is an easy-to-use, stand-alone command-line application that provides users with an efficient means of converting PDF documents to HTML files. PDF2HTML exports high quality HTML that authentically maintains the contents of the original PDF.
Like other Apryse products, PDF2HTML does not rely on any other third-party software. PDF2HTML can be used in server environments or as a batch conversion process.
PDF2HTML is easy to use and reliably preserves the contents of the PDF in the HTML output. PDF fonts are mapped to the appropriate system fonts with style, size and kerning to make accurate fit. PDF tables with and without PDF table structures are detected and converted to HTML tables automatically. Single and multi-column pages are converted to equivalent structures with text flow preserved to facilitate editing. Graphics are converted authentically and placed accurately on the page.
PDF2HTML can be used in server environments and is also suitable for use in batch conversion workflows.
Convert PDF to HTML and HTM.
Support for all versions of Acrobat documents.
Support for Unicode and all PDF font formats.
Support for password-protected PDF.
Options to improve text readability and layout.
Automatically converts to structured content.
Option to convert specific page ranges.
Options to control image quality.
Options to handle OCRed PDFs.
Simple conversion of PDF to HTML for Web posting.
Server-based, on-demand conversion of PDF documents to HTML format.
Batch processing of PDF files for data collection.
At least 30 MB of free disk space.
Memory requirement is dependent on the source document being converted. We recommend a minimum of 4 GB.
echo "Example 1) Convert myIn.pdf in this folder to myOut.html using default options:"
./pdf2html -in myIn.pdf -out myOut.html -license PDFTRON_LICENSE_KEY
Depending on your use case, PDF to HTML can be used for rendering with high fidelity and accuracy or to primarily be used in content extraction. This means our tools can help you to display the output or be used in data analysis workflows.
Here are the different options for PDF to HTML conversion depending on your requirements:
Here are the options for maintaining the original PDF layout and visual accuracy.
To convert PDF to HTML canvas in real-time client-side.
PDF to HTML/ePub
To convert PDF to fixed layout HTML/ePub where one PDF page becomes one HTML file.
To convert PDF to SVG to create a vector based image that can be embedded in an HTML file.
To convert PDF to Image (PNG, JPG, TIFF, Raw) to create a raster based image that can be embedded in an HTML file.
Here are the options for extracting semantic content from the output.
To convert PDF to a single HTML file that preserves the PDF content using a custom heuristic method.
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