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#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 20, 2017 1:47:17 PM(UTC)

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Hi Walter,

This will be very helpful for us as we have the sammillar requirement to skip the searchable PDF's. To add into the criteria, I have to also skip the PDF if the resolution of the PDF is >= 300 DPI.
Is it possible to know the resolution of PDF so that I can skip thm as well?

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#2 Posted : Thursday, September 21, 2017 2:54:26 PM(UTC)


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Our administrator moved this to a separate post since the question at hand here is unrelated to the original post. So your post was moved to keep the original thread dedicated to the original topic. In the future if you have separate questions/issues regarding the LEADTOOLS SDK, please create a new thread in the appropriate forum so they can be discussed.

Regarding reading resolutions within PDFs, this in general isn't possible. PDFs themselves do not contain a resolution. However, LEADTOOLS does provide a method that can read PDFs created by LEADTOOLS and is guaranteed to provide accurate information. If the PDF was not created by LEADTOOLS, then the information may not be completely accurate.

For more information, please check out:

You can check the XResolution and YResolution properties of these structures to find the PDF file resolution.
Walter Bates
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LEAD Technologies, Inc.
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