callas releases pdfaPilot 4
Support for the new ISO standards: PDF/A-3 and PDF/UA and converts PDF files to EPUB, and more.
For long-term archival and official submission of documents, PDF/A is rapidly becoming the worldwide standard. To create a successful PDF/A solution it is essential the tools rigorously follow the standard, provide quick and close integration capabilities and scale with the solution. callas pdfaPilot Server from callas software scores on all points: it passed all industry-standard compliance tests such as the Isartor suite, offers both hot folder automation support and closer integration through a CLI interface and a full SDK and provides full multi-processor support for checking and fixing PDF/A files.
The callas pdfaPilot Server is the professional solution to validate and/or create PDF/A-files for businesses and government agencies of all types, as well as archives and libraries, that store and long-term maintain documents.
It turns all kinds of PDFs into ISO 19005-1 conform PDF/A documents:
callas pdfaPilot Server not only automatically saves non-compliant PDF files as valid PDF/A documents, but they can also convert Microsoft Office and OpenOffice documents directly to PDF. Its powerful hot folder-based operation allows unequalled automation, operation and integration.
pdfaPilot Server uses the same validation technology as the Preflight function licensed to Adobe® for the Adobe® Acrobat® 9 Pro application.
Everything you should know about PDF/A – listen to 50 minutes of very informative video recording
During the PDF/A Seminar in Oslo, Norway, in April 17, 2012, David van Driessche provided an introduction to PDF/A. In just 50 minutes all the important features of the PDF/A standard, including conformance levels A, B and U as well as the three parts of the standard – PDF/A-1, PDF/A-2, and PDF/A-3 – are explained. Watch the video.
Looking for pdfaPilot Server to be integrated in UNIX-Systems? Then we have the solution for you: callas pdfaPilot CLI.
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Interested in a library? Then you should take a look at callas pdfaPilot SDK.
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callas pdaPilot Server runs with its full hot folder interface and has command-line support on Windows and
Mac. A command-line only version is available on Linux, Solaris and AIX.